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St Peter's Church

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St Peter's Church is located not in a village but near or in the grounds of Came House, Winterborne Came, in the graveyard is the grave of William Barnes the Dorset poet not as famous as Thomas Hardy, he (his heart) is buried at Stinsford one and a half miles to the north.

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