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ST PETERS CHURCH

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A parish church, now redundant, built in 1811 reusing mid 12 century fragments.
The building consists a nave with west bellcote and chancel with north vestry and is constructed with green sandstone rubble, limestone ashlar dressings and a slate roof.
The church is said to contain a Norman arch, although this has been disputed. The chancel arch is mid 12th century. The gabled north vestry is late 19th century and the east end of the chancel has three lancets also from this period. The church fell into disuse in 1959, although the church is still intact, the roof is a dangerous condition and the building severely dilapidated.

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