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CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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Originally church of Augustinian Priory, founded second half 12th century, converted to parish church after the Dissolution. 13th century nave and aisles, 16th century west tower, 19th century chancel and east end of south aisle. Nave re-roofed early 16th century. 15th century carved stone figures of St Thomas Becket and Madonna and Child. Richly carved 15th century wood pulpit and lectern. 18th century and 19th century wall monuments, including carved monument 1732 and monument of 1834 with marble open book. Medieval octagonal font, with dummy arcades, in north aisle.

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