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ST MARY MAGDALENES CHURCH

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The buried remians of the church at the medieval village of Thorpe, first documented in the mid-12th century. The church was demolished early in the 17th century and a war memorial near the centre of the settlement now marks the site where it stood. Located within a raised rectangular enclosure measuring about 50 metres by 30 metres and representing the churchyard, the remains of the church survive as buried building foundations. Scheduled.

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