St Mary, Mucklestone, Staffordshire
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The church of Saint Mary at Mucklestone, which originally served the whole of the ancient parish, is in the decorated style. Except for the tower, it was rebuilt according to church records in 1789 and again in 1883 by Lynam and Rickman in keeping with the surviving medieval tower. It contains stained glass windows designed by Charles Kempe in the 19th century including commemorations of the Battle of Blore Heath.