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CHURCH OF ST MARY THE VIRGIN

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The church was granted to the Benedictine order in 1254, and remained conventual until 1414, (see TL54NE24). It was rebuilt from circa 1200 onwards, the South aisle being of that date. The former church was cruciform and larger than the present church. Circa 1300 the chancel and North nave arcade were rebuilt, the West tower is 14th century, the chapel late 14th century. It was restored in 1870 and 1891.

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