St. Radegund's Church, Scruton
|St Radegund's Church, Scruton, stands on the northern side of Common Lane, where it meets Alban Coore Place in the centre of the village. The church was erected in the twelfth century, with thirteenth century aisles and chancel being added to the original building. The tower is fifteenth century. At the drastic 'restoration' in 1865, which was practically a rebuilding, the history of the church was almost entirely lost. This is when the vestry, chapel and porch were added. [The History Files]|
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St. Radegund's Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE3003792549
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