St. Nicholas' Church, Dunnington
|St Nicholas, Dunnington, is on the southern side of Church Street, where it meets The Copper Beeches. Although it existed before its first mention, probably by the eleventh century, nothing is recorded until 1220. Built of freestone and rubble, it consists of a nave, aisles, and chancel. The tower was repaired in 1717, and the church was enlarged in 1840. There is no medieval reference to a chapel at nearby Grimston, but Chapel Garth there was mentioned in 1606. [The History Files]|
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St. Nicholas' Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6682352713
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