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CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS

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This parish church consists of a 13th century chancel, a 15th century nave, 15th century north and south aisles all with Perpendicular traceried windows, a large 15th century west tower, and a north porch dated 1896. There is another tower at the northeast corner of the chancel which was rebuilt in the 15th century and used as a beacon. The northeast tower is known locally as the "lighthouse" and probably housed a sanctus bell. Alterations were made to the west tower in the 19th century. The church is built flint wih stone dressings and some brick, the roofs are of lead.

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