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Tillington All Hallows

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This church in the village of Tillington is a typical small English village church serving a small parish.  The stained glass windows (not captured to there best here - I'll be back) provide the only light, hence the inside of the church is exceedingly dark.  This church has a remarkable bell tower in the form of a Scots crown tower.

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