Church of St. Giles, Burnby
In the little village of Burnby is the Church of Saint Giles. Burnby is mentioned in the Domesday Book, but the church is not. That means its age is not certain but is thought to date from the 11th or 12th century, and the first documentary reference is from 1288. Major renovations were done in the mid-1700s, the mid-1800s, and 1904. The baptismal font was rescued from a farmyard, stands on the original pedestal, and reads "I believe in one Baptism for the remission of sin." The church was open and unattended when I visited. Neighbors were outside the house next door and gave a friendly wave.