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St Bartholomew’s Church, Elvaston, Derbyshire

History of Elvaston Church

The chancel of Elvaston church was restored and lengthened under the direction of G F Bodley in 1904. There is no window at the east end but a large reredos of carved white clunch constructed by Rattee and Kett.

Further information can be found here:,_Elvaston


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