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Main entrance, St John of Jerusalem's Church, Winkburn

Main entrance to the Church, via the porch. The Church of St John of Jerusalem, Winkburn contains remains of Norman stonework; the Norman tower was rebuilt in 1632. Some time in the twelfth century both church and town of Winkburn were given to the Knights Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, one of the military orders of the religious, who were introduced into this country about A.D. 1100. The …