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ST ANDREWS CHURCH

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A parish church dating back architecturally to the early 13th century, with evidence of alterations by the middle of the 13th century, the early and late 14th century, and the 15th century. Post medieval additions were made in 1676 and 1803, and the church went through a process of restoration during the 19th century. The church plan is made up of a western tower, a clerestoried nave, side aisles, a south porch and the chancel. The tall 14th century tower is built in three stages with clasping angle buttresses, chamfered string courses, a battlemented parapet and set back, a crocketed spire with 2 tiers of lucarnes. It is built in limestone rubble with ashlar dressing and some render, with a lead and collyweston slate roof. The interior fittings are principally 19th century except the 14th century font.

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