St Clement Church

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The church of St Clement was built in the 15th century, and although the tower is reputed to be about 100 years earlier, the architectural style belies this. The interior is plain and with few monuments, but there is a fine painted coat of arms of George III tucked into a corner of the organ loft. The stained glass windows are Victorian and of geometric design.

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