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CHURCH OF ST OSWALD

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Built in the 12th century, extended in the 13th and 15th centuries and altered in the 17th century. Built of sandstone with a slate roof. The east wall of the chancel once formed the west wall of a detached building to the east of the church. The chancel was extended to incorporate this structure in the 17th century. Documentary sources suggest that this building may have been a vicar's pele.

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