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St Nicholas, St Nicholas-at-Wade
« Reply #1 on: April 14, 2017, 22:54:46 »


This is a 12th century church, with the first rector, Adam de Brancestre, being recorded as starting in 1294.  One of the piscina’s in the church has a solid arched headstone, this is possibly from an earlier church that stood on the site of this one.





The church was enlarged in the mid-14th century after it became a parish church and a new tower was added at the same time.

Oak pulpit dated 1615


Coat of Arms of King George III


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