St Leodegars Wyberton in the 1086 Domesday Book consisted 36 households and a church. The Church of St Leodegar is a grade I listed 12th century building. The original church crossing tower collapsed in 1419, but within ten months the nave was reconstructed with a west tower, as a precaution against a repetition of the disaster - the reason there is a sundial on the inside of the tower now. The Chancel was rebuilt in 1760 after settlement problems. The many anomalies in the structure of this building make it well worth a visit.