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Ladock Church

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The parish church of St Ladoca in Ladock, Cornwall was built in the 13th century. The south aisle was added some 200 years later. The chancel was much modified in Victorian times when windows designed by Burne-Jones and Willam Morris were added. The altar also has painted panels by Edward Arthur Fellowes Prynne which are of the same period.

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