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All Saints, Barling
Visit Dates: 26/10/2002 & 03/04/2014
Locking Status: Locked - no keyholder details
Build Date: Nave possibly C12. C15 chancel and tower. Late perp. N aisle.
Restoration Architect: William Slater
Church Website: http://www.allsaintsbarling.org.uk/
From the church's own guide (reproduced by kind permission of the author): Built of Kentish Ragstone with some flint in the nave, the South wall of the nave is the earliest part, probably dating from the 12th century. The Chancel is 14th century, and was subsequently lengthened, which may well have been in the early 15th century, when a north sacristry (vestry) was added. The present vestry was rebuilt in the mid 19th century.
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