St. Wilfrid's Church, Great Langton
|St Wilfrid, Great Langton, is on the eastern side of the lane which heads south from the village, with a footpath leading across the fields to the church. The nave was built about 1140, but only the entrance doorways in the north and south walls survive (the north has been blocked up). Rebuilding was undertaken in the thirteen and fourteenth centuries, and the bell cote was added about 1680. The Good Shepherd Mission Chapel was licensed to serve Great Langton in 1877. [The History Files]|
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St. Wilfrid's Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE3019696149
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