Thurning is a small, charming church set in a rural hamlet. The church has changed little in the 700 years since built. The nave and the tower date from about 1300 and the north aisle was probably built some 200 years later. The Church is complete with a three-decker pulpit and dark oak fittings including box pews, a donation by Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
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