St Marwenne’s Church, Marhamchurch

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St Marwenne’s church at Marhamchurch in North Cornwall was originally built in the 14th century with the north aisle and porch being added in the 15th. The 17th century pulpit is five-sided with a sounding board above. They have rather fine carving. The large plaster coat of arms is of Charles II and retains much of its original colour. The floor of the nave and aisle were relaid in the early 20th century with a chequer pattern of edge laid slate.

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