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Hilltop church in a peaceful setting
Spend some time in St Mary’s and you will be richly rewarded. Originally built by nuns, the church now consists of a 13th-century nave and chancel, while the transepts and flint tower are 19th-century additions.
Highlights include the remains of 13th-century wall paintings, including one of St Christopher.
Also search out the graves of two commanders of the British Army – General Henry ‘Hangman’ Hawley, who defeated Bonny Prince Charlie at Culloden, and Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke, Churchill’s closest military advisor during the Second World War.
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St Mary’s Church, Hartley Wintney
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