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St Nicholas, Landwade, 1937 (photo L Cobbett) Cambridgeshire Collection)

St Nicholas, Landwade

History of St Nicholas Church

In 1927 the CDN wrote:

Landwade church is small and dates back to the 15th century but today there is only Lord St Davids and a few labourers in the congregation. Some wonderful old armorial glass which was taken away by the Cotton family has now been handed back.


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