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CHURCH OF ST OSWALD

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The tower was rebuilt in 1738 and the remainder of the church in 1744, re-using some stone from the earlier church. Built of stone rubble with graduated slate roofs. Three stage west tower, wide aiseless nave, and chancel. Possibly on the site of a 14/15th century pele tower.

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