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St Andrews and St Mary the Virgin Church, Fletching East Sussex
England

St Andrews and St Mary the Virgin is the parish church of Fletching in East Sussex. The site dates back to the late Saxon times but the current church was completed c. 1230. More details can be found on the church's website - http://www.fletchingparishchurch.org.uk/

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