Support St James the Less - Litchfield

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St James the Less is set in the hamlet of Litchfield, some four miles north of Whitchurch.There has been a church on this site since the 12th Century. Parts of the present church are Norman, Transitional, 16th Century with restoration in 1874. The lychgate was built in 1962.

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