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CHURCH OF ST THOMAS

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Church of St Thomas is an Anglican church designed by Charles Wyatt Orford and built in 1850-51 but remained unconsecrated until 1859. In 1866 the nave was extended, and the north aisle and southwest tower built to designs by James Medland Taylor. The lychgate was built circa 1881-88 and is of timber with a pitched roof of rectangular and fish-scale slates; and pierced double gates.

The church comprises a six-bay nave with semi-circular east apse, south porch with adjoining square tower, north aisle and north-east vestry. It is constructed of sandstone with ashlar dressings and slate roofs with bands of fish-scale slates.

The Church of St Thomas is a grade II listed building. For the designation record of this site please see the National Heritage List for England.

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