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English: North Cerney is a civil parish and village in the county of Gloucestershire, and lies within the Cotswolds, a range of hills designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is located 4 miles north of Cirencester within the Churn valley. The village was recorded as Cernei in the Domesday Book. However, the North Cerney parish boundaries were known to exist in 852 AD when it was recorded that King of the Mercians granted lands in North Cerney to a man called Alfeah.
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- ► All Saints church, North Cerney (13 F)
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