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ST JAMES CHURCH

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Church now in two parts since the nave has been demolished. The chancel is 15th century, heavily restored 1879 and 1894, with a 20th century extension. Ashlar, red brick, dressed coursed rubble. Plain tile roofs with coped gables and decorative ridge cross to the east. Chancel with 19th century apsidal east end and 19th century north aisle, 20th century extension to west. West wall with evidence of former nave roof line. The church tower is 15th century, restored 1879 and 1894. Ashlar, red brick, rubble, in the main rendered.

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