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ST MARGARETS CHURCH

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  CHURCH OF ST MARGARET
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A former parish church and mortuary chapel dating to the 13th or 14th century, rebuilt in 1808 and restored in 1913 by H F Traylen. The church was later used as a store and is now disused.
It is constructed of greenstone rubble with ashlar dressings and brick patching with plain and pantiled roofs. The building consists a nave with western bellcote and chancel. Built into the stone work over the door is the carved top of a 13th century cross grave slab. The interior retains a 13th century font.
The church is situated at the centre of surrounding areas of deserted medieval settlement.

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