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CHURCH OF ST GUTHLAC

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St. Guthlac's Church, Little Ponton, is Norman to Decorated, with west front rebuilt in 1657. Plan of late 13th century chancel, nave, and North aisle built in 1850 on Mediaeval foundations. The chancel arch is probably Saxo-Norman. A part of a mid-10th-early 11th century grave cover has been reset as a corbel supporting the south end of the westermost tie-beam in the nave roof.

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