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ST NICHOLAS CHURCH

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This is a cruciform Saxon building (10th or 11th century) with apsidal-ended chancel, the largest Saxon church arch in England. It includes 13th and 16th century work; the north tower and south porch were added in the 19th century. One of the most important Saxon churches in England. The size and plan of the Saxon church suggest that it may have been a minster.

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