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St Nicholas Church, Kennett, c.1920 (Cambridgeshire Collection)

St Nicholas Church, Kennett

History of St Nicholas Church

Vanishing Cambridgeshire notes: Chiefly built by Benedictine monks in 1360 it was restored by Revd William Godfrey in 1859. In 1996 masonry bees ate into the church walls and damaged the flints & the roof was repaired in 2002.


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