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CHURCH OF ST. THOMAS

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Priory church. Norman font; 1482 on site of former Augustine Priory, restored 1871. Dressed volcanic stone, greenstone and granite; dry Delabole slate roofs with central ventilators; octagonal stone stack to west gable of South, aisle and moulded stack to North gable of transept. Nave/chancel; west tower; south aisle and south porch 19th century north transept. North wall rebuilt and the whole re-roofed in 1871.

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