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Church of St Leonard, Cleator

St Leonard's Church is located on Church Road in Cleator. There has been a church here since at least the 12th century, possibly earlier. The church was largely rebuilt in 1841, but retains it's 12th century chancel.[1] Today, the church is part of the Crosslacon Team Ministry. St Leonard's Church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.
Cleator Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cleator Moor Civil Parish
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St Leonard's Church, Cleator

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CHURCH OF ST LEONARD - Cleator - List Entry
- "Parish Church. C12 chancel, raised in late C18; rest of church rebuilt 1841. Western baptistry, north porch, and vestry added c1903 (date in spandrels to porch door) by J.H. Martindale …

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Crosslacon Team Ministry
- "...Our churches serve a number of communities on the western edge of the fells. In the Crosslacon team we have: St Michael’s church, which serves the villages of Arlecdon, Asby …

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List number: 1336033
List grade: 2
Post code: CA23 3DB
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY0142213468


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