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CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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Church of late Saxon or early Norman origin, with a 3 bay nave added circa 1170. The chancel is partly of circa 1220 date with chapels extended eastwards and a crypt added in the late 14th century. The south chapel was in existence by 1180. The windows are mainly of mid 14th century date and the steeple was added in the early 15th century. The church was restored in 1851 and the south porch was rebuilt in 1863.

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