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CHURCH OF ST PETER

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Church, thought to be of 8th century origin, and possibly a minster; remodelled 12th, 14th and 15th centuries; restored 1866 and in later 19th century, vestry added 1913-4; restoration in 1866 destroyed many early features. A 10th-11th century cross, and a supposed Roman engraving are built into the fabric of the church. Listed Grade I.

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