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CHURCH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE AND ST HELENA

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The present building is the ruin of the church built in 1810, this building incorporated some 13th century material in the chancel arch. The walls are of brick faced externally with stonework, partly rubble and partly squared ashlar, no traces of the roof remain. The building is rectangular in plan and consistst of a two-bay nave and a single-bay chancel. the nave and chancel are divided by screen of three arches constructed out of the 13th century arcading of Nunkeeling Priory, a house of Benedictine nuns founded in 1152

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