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St Michael’s, Longstanton

History of St Michael Longstanton

Listed Building:

Church. Mostly early C13 with chancel rebuilt 1884. Fieldstones with Barnack limestone dressings and reed thatch and tiled roofs. Original end parapets to nave with gabled double bellcote to West gable end. Nave with North and South aisles, South porch and chancel. West gable has two four stage buttresses and restored C14 West window.

Well and well-head. C19. Gault brick and pebblestone. Five steps down to well with well-head in round headed arch. Moulded brick to jambs of well-head.

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