St Peter & St Paul, Edgefield
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St Peter & St Paul's Church, Edgefield, was consecrated in 1884. The old church had fallen into such a state of disrepair that Canon Walter Marcon, whose father was the Rector here before him, decided to build a new church more central to both halves of the village, The Street and The Green. This was quite an undertaking! He enlisted John Dando Sedding, a well-respected architect, to design the building, incorporating much of the material from the old church, some of it 13th century.
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|The church guide explains how the 1884 edifice incorporates many mediaeval elements from the old church.|
|The village hall and kitchen are available for hire. The booking diary fills quickly, so use the hall Facebook page for an initial contact if you have an event and date in mind.|
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