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LADY ST MARY CHURCH

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  Church of Lady St Mary
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The present church appears to incorporate fabric from the Saxon minster. The West wall of the church is Saxon, possibly 8th century, the South chapel is 12th century, the chancel 14th century, the West tower 15th century, the West porch and North vestry are early 16th century. Generally restored 1841-2. Anglo-Saxon inscribed commemorative stones of the 7th and 8th centuries were found when the church was restored in 1841-2.

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