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Church of St James the Less, Sulgrave from the air

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aerial photograph of Church of St James the Less, Sulgrave Northamptonshire England UK. Grade II listed Church of St James the Less dates from the 13th and 14th centuries and was built to replace a previous Saxon Church which stood nearby. Some parts of the Saxon Church were incorporated into the current building. Originally the church had a spire but it collapsed in the 14th century and was not replaced. The South porch was added in the 16th century and contains a date stone , 1564 and the inscription ER to commemorate the visit of Queen Elizabeth I to Northampton.

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