Undated. View shows St Mary's Church, Swillington, looking north from Church Lane. There is mention of a church on this site in the Domesday Book, but the current church was built in the late 1400s, undergoing partial rebuilding in the 1880s, and again in the 1970s. The tower was refaced with ashlar sandstone, which became blackened with pollution, contrasting with the lighter limestone of the rest of the building, which was unaffected.
Corrections:Corrections are welcomed by the department. Corrections will be verified before appearing on the site - this may take up to 4 weeks.