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St Mary, Brinkley

History of St Mary, Brinkley

Listed Building:

GV II* Parish church, chancel C13, nave, aisles and tower C14. Clerestorey, walls of aisles and chancel largely rebuilt in 1874 restoration (see vestry report). Architect F. Thompson. Flint, pebble and clunch rubble walls originally plastered, knapped flint restored walls and plinth band to tower. Reused, limestone, clunch and C19 Ketton limestone dressings. C15 red brick porch, originally plastered and red brick repairs. Slate roofs.

http://www.druidic.org/camchurch/churches/brinkley.htm

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