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St Peter Church Wenhaston
England

St Peter Church

Apart from the Doom the church contains a fine 7 sacrament font and XVIIth century pulpit.

There has been a church here since Saxon times and ancient Yew tree stands in the churchyard

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Uploaded: 15/09/2013
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