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VICARS PELE

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Vicar's tower house built in the churchyard in 1318, re-roofed in 1910. The sandstone-built tower has a vaulted ground floor and two upper storeys. The fabric incorporates Roman masonry, Saxo-Norman and medieval cross slabs. In use as a vicarage until the early 17th century.

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