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ST NICHOLAS CHURCH

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A flint rubble and stone building, cruciform in plan, with a nave of mainly 12th century origin but with the remains of Saxon long and short work in the west angle of the nave. The chancel and transepts are of the 13th century but the chancel was partly rebuilt in the 19th century. The west tower is 15th century, plain without buttresses and with a pyramid roof behind a castellated parapet. The south porch is 19th century and there is considerable 19th century restoration.

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