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St Mary The Virgin
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St Mary the Virgin, Lytchett. There is not a lot of information about this church it dates from about 1200, I think that as the village is now located half a mile away on the hill that it's isolated position maybe due to the black death, the villagers moving away from the pestilence, but I have not corroborated this.

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