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ALL SAINTS CHURCH

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The parish church has the remains of an Anglo Saxon tower which was originally placed between the nave and chancel but now stands at the north east of the present chancel. The church was refashioned in the 13th and 14th century. The plan is of a West tower, nave, chancel and South porch. The North aisle was rebuilt in 1866 on the foundations of the nave of the 11th century church, the central tower of which exists to the East of the North aisle and North of the present chancel, (see TG14SW9). The North vestry was also built in 1866.

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