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Church of All Saints


"From Farmborough to Canterbury"

The 15th-century Anglican Church of All Saints is a parish church in the quiet little village and civil parish of Farmborough, Somerset, England. The pale grey structure comprises a tower dating back to the 15th Century and noticeable Victorian influences like the nave. In the 13th Century, John Stafford was the rector of Farmborough. The English statesman later went on to become the Archbishop of Canterbury. The parish along with Marksbury and Stanton Prior form a benefice within the archdeaconry of Bath.
Church Lane, Farmborough, United Kingdom, BA2
"From Farmborough to Canterbury"
The 15th-century Anglican Church of All Saints is a parish church in the quiet little village and civil parish of Farmborough, Somerset, England. The pale grey structure comprises a tower dating back to the 15th Century and noticeable Victorian influences like the nave. In the 13th Century, John Stafford was the rector of Farmborough. The English statesman later went on to become the Archbishop of Canterbury. The parish along with Marksbury and Stanton Prior form a benefice within the archdeaconry of Bath.
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