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Holy Trinity, Great Paxton

History of Holy Trinity

Listed Building:

c.1050 minster church originally of cruciform plan with tower over crossing. In late C13 the chancel was rebuilt and in C14 the West tower added. The North and South aisles were rebuilt in C15. The South porch is C14. The nave and crossing are important examples of late Saxon work. Historic England

Holy Trinity, Great Paxton

One of only three surviving aisled Saxon churches in England.


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