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CHAPEL OF ST GILES

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The monument includes the foundations of a 12th century chapel situated on the top of a mound at Castle Close Plantation. The foundations measure 15 metres by 8 metres with a structure 6 metres square attached to the north west side; the interior is slightly raised. The chapel is mentioned in documents in the mid-12th century and had fallen into ruin by the 14th century. The site of a graveyard is thought to lie to the south of the mound where numerous graves were found when the land was under cultivation. Scheduled.

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