St Martin Church Chesilbourne
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St Martin Church Chesilbourne

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St Martin's Church is set on a slope on the edge of the village and it was built in 1295, a very pretty position, it is surrounded on three sides by fields.

  • maciek mucha 3 months ago
    Nice place and good work!
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