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ST JAMES CHURCH

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Church of Anglo Saxon origins of 950-1000 AD with 12th-15th century work. There were alterations in 1812 and the chancel was restored in 1879 by RJ Withers. Built of dispersed sarsen and flint with limestone dressings and ashlar west tower. Aisleless nave, West tower and chancel. Anglo-Saxon cross and impost fragments are built into the South porch and nave walls.

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