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Church of St James, Burton-in-Kendal


St James' Church is located off the A6070 road in Burton-in-Kendal. The parish church dates from the 12th century. The church was restored, with the chancel and north chapel rebuilt and clerestory added in 1844. Further restoration work was carried out in 1872. The church is Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England.
Burton-in-Kendal Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Burton-in-Kendal Civil Parish Grade I Listed
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Church of St James, Burton, Porch

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CHURCH OF ST JAMES - Burton-in-Kendal - List Entry
- "Parish Church. Base of Tower and North-West angle of Nave C12, North aisle possibly C13, North Chapel late C13, South Arcade to Nave and South Aisle C14, North Arcade, North ...

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Burton and Holme Churches
- St. James Church, Burton-in-Kendle, and Holy Trinity Church, Holme...Church of England Churches in Carlisle Diocese.

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Church of St James, Burton, Interior

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Church of St James, Burton, Graveyard

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Church of St James, Burton, Sign

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List number: /1335703
List grade: 1
County: Cumbria
Post code: LA6 1NS
Grid ref: SD5305176922

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