LAST week’s church, below, was St Oswald’s at Arncliffe, and was correctly identified by Jane Nettleton, Frances Barton and Mary Slater.

St Oswald is one of the churches of Upper Wharfedale and Littondale, also including Conistone, Hubberholme and Kettlewell and is part of the Anglican Diocese of Leeds.

The church sits in a bend of the lovely River Skirfare amongst sycamores and yews, beneath the limestone crags of Littondale, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village was recently used as a filming location for Channel 5’s hit adaptation of All Creatures Great and Small.

The chancel of the present church rests on Norman foundations, but the first church could have been Saxon, accxording to the church website. The tower is 15th century and holds three bells, the oldest of which dates from about 1350 and still strikes on the hour. The church has had two restorations in 1796 and 1841.

Writer Charles Kingsley, who lived from 1819 to 1875, is said to have been inspired to write the Water Babies while on a visit to Arncliffe to the Hammond family at Bridge End House. He also used to visit Walter Morrison at Tarn House, Malham.

John Robinson, former Bishop of Woolwich, who lived from 1919 to 1983 and who wrote the contentious Honest to God is buried in the churchyard. His family home was in Arncliffe.

This week’s guest church is in Lancashire and close to the River Lune. Answers by 8am on Monday to