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Church of St Mary, Ennerdale Bridge


St Mary's Church in Ennerdale Bridge dates back to the 16th Century. It was first recoded in 1534 as a chapel of ease, and was largely rebuilt in 1856.[1] The church is mentioned by William Wordsworth in his poem 'The Brothers'.
Ennerdale Bridge 1856 Churches and Cathedrals
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St Mary's church, Ennerdale Bridge

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St Mary's Church Ennerdale Bridge

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