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CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST.

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Some evidence of 14th century work at the East end, otherwise it comprises a 15th century nave, South aisle and fine West tower. The chancel and South chancel chapel arches may be 14th century but were altered in the late 15th century, probably when the South aisle was rebuilt. The church was restored and North aisle rebuilt by Sir Gilbert Scott in 1874. The tower, good roofs and remarkable set of 18th century woodwork make this an outstanding building. An earlier date is suggested for the origins of the Church by the font which may be a 15th century recut of a Norman font of the Lifton type

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