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St Nicholas


Tillingham's grassy square is lined with weather-boarded cottages and a pub. The church sits back a little but is an integral part of the village scene. Its tower is a jaunty affair, largely from the 14th century but with later battlements. Much of the rest of the church is 13th and 14th century, with a Norman north doorway and font. Inside, a Victorian rood screen and rood with Christ on the Cross separate the nave from the chancel.

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