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This church was first built in the 11th century and extended in the 14th century. It fell into ruin from the 1720's when the roof lead was removed to help pay for the restoration of S. Mary's, East Raynham. The ruin has now been consolidated and the church is now back in occasional use.

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The Revd Dr Edward Bundock
The Rectory, West Raynham, Norfolk, NR21 7HH
Tel: (01328) 838 385
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A Church Near You ID: 2710
Built: 1070
Our Patron: The Marquess Townshend of Raynham
Archdeaconry: LYNN (263)
Deanery: BURNHAM & WALSINGHAM (26303)
Benefice: E w W Rudham Helhoughton etc (26/122CM)
Parish Legal Name: Ease with West Raynham (260521 26/521)
CofE Church Info: (626521 )
Short URL: acny.co.uk/2710/
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West Raynham: St Margaret : The Street, West Raynham, Norfolk, NR21 7
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