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ST BENEDICTS CHURCH

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A parish church, now closed and used as a store. The church dates to the Norman period but was largely rebuilt in 1860 by Mr Hackford re using some of the earlier architecture.
The building is constructed of limestone and greenstone rubble with slate roofs and comprises the western tower and spike, nave, north aisle, chancel and vestry. The tower is 2 stage with buttresses and broach spire in the Early English style.
The church lies directly south east of an area of medieval ridge and furrow remains.

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