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ST JOHN THE BAPTISTS CHURCH

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A former parish church, now disused, built in the 12th century and situated in an area of deserted medieval settlement.
The building consists a nave, south porch and chancel and is constructed of greenstone, ashlar and some red brick patching and slate roof.
The south nave contains a 14th century window and an arched ogee entrance also survives from this period.

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