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St Peter, Horningsea

St Peter, Horningsea

History of St Peter Horningsea

Listed building:

St Peter, Horningsea

Parish church. Early C12. Extended in late C12 with arcades to north and south aisles, three bays of south aisle remains. Chancel early C13, and west tower. North arcade rebuilt C14 with aisle extended eastwards; south aisle later C14, and porch. Restorations c.1850, 1865 and 1890.

Horningsea churchyard c.1865 (photo O J Jones)(Cambridgeshire Collection)

In the picture the steep-pitched tile-covered roof of the porch  has been replaced.


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