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    Just a small one this time.



    All Saints Church in Denton, substantially rebuilt 1629Ė1671, but with 12th and 13th century elements, was abandoned in the early 1960s and is currently in a ruinous state. However, the roofless church and tower remain Grade II listed.

    Wiki goes on to say that occasionally services are still held here, but Im not sure thats still true?

    Nothing much else to tell really, its been covered a few times before but its a delightful place & I had some particularly superb light for the occasion.









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    Thanks for looking
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    I went there a couple of years ago. Im pretty sure the services have finished. Shame to see it caged off

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    Itís only a very small bit of fence that really isnít doing anything tbh u can walk straight round it lol

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