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ST BARTHOLOMEWS CHURCH

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Church built in the late 13th century, with tower of 1734. Restored in 1875-6. Constructed of flint with stone dressings, old tiled roof. The west tower is of grey brick with red dressings. Church plan consists of nave, chancel, south porch and north aisle.The tower is of three stages. Below the louvered bell stage is a clock on the south side. The gabled porch is 19th century, as are the lean-to north aisle and chancel roof (1875-6). Jethro Tull, (1674-1740) the agricultural innovator was christened and buried in this church.

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