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CHURCH OF ST MARTIN

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  ST MARTINS ART AND CRAFT CENTRE
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A parish church built on the site of an older mid 17th century church, by John Peniston in 1832. It is of brick with some stone dressings and a plain tile roof. The church comprises a nave, single cell chancel, north and south porches and a small west tower. Some architectural features of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries were incorporated into the 1832 structure. It is now deconsecrated and was recorded as in use as an art gallery in 2008.

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