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A pretty 12th-century church just a short stroll from Peveril Castle in Derbyshire, St Edmunds was probably built by William the Conqueror's illegitimate son, William Peveril, who also began the castle. It was not intended as a church, but as a garrison chapel for soldiers stationed in the castle.
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