St Andrew, Upleatham, North Yorkshire
The title of second smallest church in England goes to St Andrew’s at Upleatham, which measures a miniscule 6m by 4m. In fact, the tiny building is all that remains of a larger church dating from the 12th century: for instance, the impression of a filled in archway at the rear of the church suggests that there was once a south aisle that has been demolished. The church was replaced in 1835 with the building of a new church to the north of the village, the only feature to move from the old church to the new being a 12th century rectangular font with carved sides.
The old church itself is now closed, but the churchyard is open for visitors to look around and admire this tiny gem.