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ST JOHN THE BAPTISTS CHURCH

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A parish church, now closed and preserved by the Redundant Churches Fund. The church originally dates back to at least the 13th century but was largely rebuilt after a fire in 1405 and then restored in 1855.
The building is constructed of squared ironstone and chalk rubble with limestone ashlar dressings and lead and tiled roofs. The plan comprises a western tower, nave with clerestory, chancel, south porch, vestry and north aisle.
The stained glass window to the east with scenes from the life of christ dates to 1863 by Preedy.

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