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Christ Church was built between 1901 and 1903. After World War I the names of the fallen from the villages were carved into the walls, and the wonderful east window created to the memory of the son of the local benefactor George Smedley. Built in the Gothic Revival style, Christ Church is an inspiring and peaceful building well worth a visit.
Please note that parking in the roadway is usually possible. There is a fairly steep pathway from the road to the church door.
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