Built on the site of a much older building the present church seems to be largely the product of reconstruction after the previous church was badly damaged during the civil war. I thought these things happened at the reformation but there you go. The blurb said it was rebuilt after the restoration. Leave that one to the historians and clerics. Whatever, this is a lovely little parish church still well used and worth a visit.
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