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CHAPEL OF ST ANNE

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St Anne's Chapel. A chapel of ease built for Old Somerby and the now demolished Great Humby Hall. Originally built around 1680, but rebuilt at a reduced size by Hotchkin in 1754, and with minor alterations and internal refitting dating to 1876 and 1980. Built in ashlar with a slate roof and stone coped gables. It is a single cell nave and chancel with a western bell cote.

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