St Michael’s Church, Michaelstow in North Cornwall originally dates from the 13th century and was enlarged in the 15th century when the north and south aisles, the porch and the tower were added. The church was restored twice in the 19th century and again in 1982. The 15th century bench ends were rescued from the nearby church of St Tudy.
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