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CHAPEL OF ST NICHOLAS

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Chapel of ease to St. Margaret's church, founded in 1146 by Bishop Turbus and rebuilt circa 1200 and again from 1371 to 1419. The steeple, which was added in 1500, collapsed in 1741 and was rebuilt by Gilbert Scott in 1869. The chapel comprises an ashlar tower and clerestory, brick aisles, nave, continuous chancel and continuous aisles and has lead roofs. The clerestories are of 12 bays with 11 to the south, reduced on account of the south west tower. It has a two storey south porch and a multiple rolled arch entrance below a screen of perpendicular niches.

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