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CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL

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The church was built in 1609 and was built by national subscription, replacing a medieval church. The tower was completed circa 1700 and was restored in 1868. It is made from red and yellow dressed sandstone and has graduated green slate roofs. The tower is 3 storeys, there is a 7 bay nave with, north and south aisles and a one-bay chancel. The chancel has stained glass by Scott of Carlisle.

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