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St. Mary's Churchyard from Doorway of Church, Attenborough, c 1900s ?

Pevsner writes about St. Mary's: The tower is of the same type as found across the river for example, at Bunny, that is, with the buttresses connected horizontally by a band at the top, and battlements above that. Then follows a much thinner spire without broaches just as in the neighbouring churches of Wollaton (Nottingham), Stapleford, Barton-in-Fabis, Cossall, etc. The whole steeple however, is…