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All Saints, Barrington

History of All Saints

Listed building:

Parish Church. Nave, chancel and north and south aisles, early C13. West tower early C13, C14 and completed C15. North aisle enlarged and clerestorey added late C14. Dressed clunch, and some limestone. Roman cement render to some of the clunch.

http://www.druidic.org/camchurch/churches/barrington.htm

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