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Photo © Hilda Whitworth (25th February 2012)
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"St Andrews Church"

It is thought that St Andrew's Church was probably built around 1160-1170 (Norman Period). The walls are made of flint concealed by external rendering and internal plaster, the ceiling is also plastered. The oldest part of the Church is the nave with the chancel being built in 13th century and the gallery being built in the18th century.

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Photographer: © Hilda Whitworth (Gallery)(25th February 2012)
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St Andrews Church

It is thought that St Andrew's Church was probably built around 1160-1170 (Norman Period). The walls are made of flint concealed by external rendering and internal plaster, the ceiling is also plastered. The oldest part of the Church is the nave with the chancel being built in 13th century and the gallery being built in the18th century.
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Camera Make: EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY Model: KODAK DX6490 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Exposure Program: Program, Focal length: 6.3 mm, Aperture: f 4, Exposure time: 1/350 sec, Metering Mode: Multi-Segment, Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Date/Time Creation: October 13, 2009, 2:06 am
ImageID:1145761, Image size: 2304 x 1575 pixels

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Comment by cathyml(25th February 2012)

Very nice photo, lovely colours!

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Comment by Sue H(10th September 2012)

Lovely shot, Hilda. And the info is very much appreciated. Thanks!

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