St Mary, Almeley, Herefordshire
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The oldest part of the church is the base of the West Tower, which was built about 1200. However most of the church can be dated to the Decorated or Middle Pointed period although the nave roof is 16th century and has scissor trusses with curved braces.
This is strong entry in the "Herefordshire Churches Hall of Shame".
Visited - August 2014
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