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Font at St Mary’s

This is described as a
creditable imitation of the original Norman font. Notably, it has a central cylinder of black stone surrounded by a hexagonal panelled and fluted stonework, together with barley-twist legs, which may also suggest that it reflects a degree of Elizabethan/Jacobian period influences. It stands 7ft from base to top.

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