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St Etheldreda, Coldham, Elm, pre 1913 (photo J H Bullock) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

St Etheldreda, Coldham

History of St Etheldreda

Listed Building

Church, built 1876 in early English style. Coursed rubblestone with tiled roof. West wall with repaired bell-cote above west window of two trefoil lights with foiled head in two-centred arch. nave of three bays, one with a two light window with a foiled head in a two-centred arch and one with three trefoil lights with a foiled head in a two-centred arch.

Coldham, Elm OS map 1900



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