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St Mary's Church, Freeby
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St Mary's Church, Freeby

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Julie Thomson
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St Mary's Church, Freeby
Exterior of church from east below boundary wall; 5-light chancel window; graves in front
Celluloid negative

Negatives Collection, Leicestershire Record Office

Most of St Mary's Church in Freeby dates from the 14-15th centuries. The church was restored in 1893. The church was closed in the 1980s due to being in danger of collapse, but was repaired and reopened in 2016. The building is a roost for Natterer's bats.
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