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Luxulyan Church

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Luxulyan Church dates from the mid to late 15th century. The font is Norman and is a very fine example with a carved head at each corner. The wagon roof over the nave and most of the chancel fittings are Victorian. The wagon roof over the south aisle is 15th century.

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