History of Holy Trinity church, Rothwell, Northamptonshire.
Although the south chancel wall, with its corbel table, complete with three round
headed windows date from the 11th century and the west tower dates from the 1170’s,
most of the church is 13th century. The tower at one point had a spire, but in 1660
this collapsed, doing severe damage to the nave.
The church is an incredible 173 feet long, making it the longest nave in the UK