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St Werburgh's Parish Church, Kingsley

A listed parish church, the earliest surviving fabric exists within the tower and dates from the 13th and 14th centuries. The majority of the extant church building is of 19th century date (and includes work by Trubshaw and Lynham). An unusual wooden sundial is present below the church clock. A fragment of 12th century column in use as a trough in the adjacent farmyard may indicate that an earlier building once existed here.

St Werburgh's Church, Kingsley

A listed parish church, the earliest surviving fabric exists within the tower and dates from the 13th and 14th centuries. The majority of the extant church building is of 19th century date (and includes work by Trubshaw and Lynham). An unusual wooden sundial is present below the church clock. A fragment of 12th century column in use as a trough in the adjacent farmyard may indicate that an earlier building once existed here. PRN 06293-MST11561

Froghall Bridges

A pair of listed bridges crossing over the river and the railway at Froghall. The former is 18th century and the latter mid-19th century in date. They are thought to be on the location of an earlier 17th century bridge.

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