File:Chancel, Ss Peter & Paul church, Peasmarsh (15381085574).jpg
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Norman origins dating from 1070. The chancel arch in iron sandstone has an unusual carved Leopard on both sides. The south one is in excellent condition. The tower was added around 1170. The chancel was considerably lengthened in 1240, and in the 14th C. the south aisle enlarged and south porch added. Windows are Lancet and Early English style. The Church is some distance from the present village of Peasmarsh. This is probably because the village was relocated to its current position after the plague.
|Source||Chancel, Ss Peter & Paul church, Peasmarsh|
|Author||Jules & Jenny from Lincoln, UK|
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