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History – 11th Century

The Church tower is the oldest part of the existing Church building and dates from the 11th century. There is considerable use of Roman tiles and brick in its construction which are likely to have come from the Roman villa which stood near the site (of which pavements were found in the 18th century).

The heavily-beamed floors inside the tower have been dated as early as the tower itself with very early examples of joinery.

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