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St Mary's Church can be traced back almost a thousand years beginning in the 11th Century when it probably consisted simply of a small building on the site of the present nave.


By the 15th Century the side aisles, tower and chancel had been added.


Today, the church stands at the centre of the village, modernised in recent years to provide a comfortable and functional place of worship for all.


The privilege of allowing the Rector to possess the Columbarium (Dovecote) in the churchyard was granted in about 1340, the present structure being dated about 1680.

For details of St Mary's Church services, contact details and other information please click the link here.

St Mary's Heritage and Development

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