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CHURCH OF THE HOLY ROOD

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Holy Rood Church mainly dates from 950-1100 AD. Parish church, 11th and 15th century, heavily restored 1845-50. Nave and south porch: limestone rubble with dressed stone quoins. Chancel, north aisle and vestry: coursed squared and dressed limestone. Tower: ashlar. Stone slate roof with a coursed squared and dressed limestone stack. Nave with south porch, north aisle and west tower, chancel. The nave has long and short work rebated to give the appearance of a pilaster, at each corner (except the north west). A Roman inscribed stone is present in the vestry.

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