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ST ANDREWS CHURCH

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The detached round belfry tower of this church, which stands a few yards to the south west, has a wide blocked Saxon or Saxo-Norman tower-arch in its east face, where there are rough areas which represent the tearing away of the walls of a small, narrow nave. The church, which is only a few metres to the North, was built in the early Norman period, consisting of nave, chancel and South porch. Early English alterations.

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