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In pictures: The jewels in the trust's crown
The tomb of Lord Curzon and his wife in All Saints, Kedleston, Derbyshire. Photo credit: The Churches Conservation Trust
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The tomb of Lord Curzon and his wife in All Saints, Kedleston, Derbyshire
St James'  in Cooling, Kent. Photo credit: The Churches Conservation Trust
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St James' in Cooling, Kent, dates from the 13th century and is thought to have been the inspiration for the opening scenes of Dickens' Great Expectations
St Werburgh's, Warburton, Greater Manchester. Photo credit: The Churches Conservation Trust
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St Werburgh's, Warburton, Greater Manchester is one of the few timber-framed churches in the country.
St Margeret, Hales, Norfolk. Photo credit: The Churches Conservation Trust
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St Margeret, Hales, Norfolk. The round tower and thatched roof are features of one of the country's best preserved Norman churches
All Saints, Icklingham, Suffolk. Photo credit: The Churches Conservation Trust
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All Saints, Icklingham, Suffolk, this 14th century church boasts some superb medieval stained glass
St Michael the Archangel in Booton, Norfolk. Photo credit: The Churches Conservation Trust
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St Michael the Archangel in Booton, Norfolk, dating to the late 19th century was described by Edwin Lutyens as 'very naughty'




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