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St Barnabas Church

History of St Barnabas Church, Cambridge

The chancel was built 1869-70, the nave abd aisles 1878-87. According to Pevsner, the church is made of yellow brick and corsham stone and show a decorated tracery style reminiscent of c. 1280. The original design was for a tower and spire north of the chancel.

Further information about this church can be found on their web site:

http://www.stbs.org.uk/

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