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St James

St James Street

Ludgershall

Wiltshire

England

The parish church of St James has a blocked doorway and a north window from the 12th century. The chancel was rebuilt in the early 13th century and the transepts and north chapel were added in the 14th. The tower was rebuilt or extensively repaired in 1675. In restoration of 1873 by J.L. Pearson the roofs were replaced, the tower heightened and the south porch added. The tower has six bells, two from the 17th century. The building was designated as Grade I listed in 1964. Some headstones are badly weathered, which is very hard to read.

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