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This was a sad time to visit this interesting building. Thieves had stripped off the lead from the roof and the interior was being dried out. This tombs of the families associated with Oxborough Hall were interesting in the very damp chapel. the church itself...More
The church was partially destroyed in the late 1940s when the steeple fell down and crashed through the roof. Since then, it has been remodelled to leave some 'ruins' (although they have been built back up to be very smart ruins) with a smaller (but...More
The present church is all that is left after the spire and tower of the former church collapsed in 1948 destroying the nave and main aisle. The present church and chapel house some ancient tombs and are very interesting in themselves