St Clement’s Church, Withiel

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The church of St Clement at Withiel dates originally to the 13th century, but it was largely rebuilt in the 14th and late 15th centuries. There is a fine 15th century font with an octagonal bowl, possibly featuring St Clement. The organ was moved to its prominent position in the south aisle when it was restored in 2008.

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