The church was orginally built in early 12th century and dedicated to St.Andrew, but about 1400 it was rededicated to St.Mary the Virgin.. It has a photograph upon the wall of EDITH CAVELL whose father was the Rev Fredrick Cavell, vicar from 1864-1910..The East window is the EDITH CAVELL Memorial window, installed in 1917 (2 years after her death in Brussells)...Outside the church is the war memorial with E.CAVELL top of the list.... Turn out from the church to the left and you will aventualy arrive at the village sign with her face engraved on the signpost...If you have time cross over from the church and your see CAVELL CLOSE named after the british war nurse hero
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