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CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL-AT-THE-NORTHGATE

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The church dates originally to the 11th century although only the west tower survives from this period. It is mentioned in the Domesday survey and for this reason it is thought that it may have been a minster when first constructed. The south range was built largely in the 13th century and the north in the early 14th century. There were major additions in the 15th century. The church was restored by G E Street between 1853 and 1854 and there was also some remodelling in the 20th century.

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