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CHURCH OF SAINT MARY

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A church founded in the Late Saxon period but largely rebuilt in the post conquest period. In the early 990s, Aethelred II founded (or possibly refounded) a regular monastery at Cholsey. Cholsey had no abbots recorded after the 1010s, and seems to have reverted to being a secular minster....

CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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Parish church. Perpendicular, extensively restored. There is a 14th century window in the vestry and the south aisle is 15th-16th century. The present tower is modern but the earlier one was apparently 13th century. Two axe- dressed stones near the tower indicate the possibility of an earl...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Church. 12th-15th century and 17th century. Sandstone rubble, Westmorland slate roofs. West tower, nave with aisles and south porch, chancel with north aisle containing chapel and vestry. A fragment of 9th-10th century cross-shaft is built into the east wall of the chancel, and a fragment...

ALL SAINTS CHURCH

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Saxon tower. 11th, late 12th, early 13th, 15th, and late 17th centuries, restored in the 19th century. Coursed ironstone and limestone rubble, some ashlar, red brick, ashlar dressings, slate and lead roofs. West tower with circular stair turret to west, nave with north and south aisles, so...

ALL SAINTS CHURCH

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Rebuilt in 1821 slightly to the north-west of the original site. It incorporates fragments of the earlier church including a Norman door and a 14th century window. Fragments of an Early Medieval cross and a possible hogback stone are built into the church. Another hogback stone was found n...

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH.

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Church, largely rebuilt in the 15th century, although originating as a Saxon minster. (See ST57NE7 for the history of the church). Earliest feature is a 10th century grave slab built into the tower. The nave and chancel plan are irregular, possibly reflecting pre-Conquest survival in the p...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Parish church. Partly medieval nave arcade; refaced, possibly 15th century tower heightened 1845; largely rebuilt 1831-2 by T. Tibbetts; nave aisles added 1845; transepts and chancel aisles added and church restored 1870 by J.P. Pritchett. Tooled dressed sandstone; graduated green slate ro...

CHURCH OF ST ANDREW

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A parish church built in the Saxon period with later additions. It is made from rubble flint, coursed to the tower, the rest random with remains of old plaster. The east end is rendered. The roofs have plain tiles and the porch roof is leaded.

ST MARYS CHURCH

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Round towered church with nave, chancel, North and South chapels, and South porch. The tower probably dates to 1000-1050. The chancel is early 13th century and the nave was altered displays Norman and Decorated features. The North porch and North chapel are 15th century. The church was res...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Burial mound in Brocklesby Park. Construction of a mausoleum in 1792 revealed cinerary urns with burnt bones and ashes accompanied by rings, combs and beads, suggesting either a Roman or Saxon date. The circular mausoleum is built of ashlar with a copper dome and is surrounded by railings....