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Detail of south porch, St Giles Church, Langford Lane, Holme, near Newark, 2002

St Giles church was built chiefly in the Perpendicular Gothic and Tudor periods. Information from www.nottshistory.org.uk: The room over the porch is known as Nan Scotts Chamber, from the legend that an old woman named Ann Scott made it her dwelling during the time that Holme was visited by the plague in the 17th century. It contains an ancient chest with a coped lid, much dilapidated, possibly of…