Description"Pevsner says that the church is at the site of the mediaeval village of Haydon. "The church has a west tower, nave with south aisle and chancel with south chapel. The west parts were demolished to provide stone for the new church - see [] - the surviving chancel and chapel being restored in 1882. The chancel is 12th C and probably quite early in the century. The Chapel is 14th C."" Photo by Mike Quinn, 2010.
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Added by: Peter Smith
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Picture Taken: 2010-08-19