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OLD CHURCH OF ST MARY

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Church probably built in 13th century, remodelled in 18th century and largely demolished 1833. The ruins of the east gable and side walls of the chancel remain. Built of rubble with dressed stone. A fragment of 9th century cross shaft is built inot the interior north wall of the ruined church, west of the opening.

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