Little Tey - St James the Less
Built around 1130, the church consists of a single cell nave and chancel with an apsidal end. The roof is believed to be early 13th century, the tower 15th century and the porch 19th century. The roof was thatched at one time, but church records report that some tiles were blown off in 1594 so the thatch must have been replaced by tiles before that date. This tiny Grade I lised church contains a series of medieval wall paintings depicting The Passion.