Blyton church has an impressive display of the flags of the allies in the first world war. The flags hang above arcades 6 and 7 centuries old. The chancel was mostly rebuilt during the last century but it retains its original East window from around 1300. There is an old piscina and aumbry and a 15th century window. Part of the old rood beam is still over the arch. The tower was first built by the Normans, the font is 15th century.
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Open: 11-12th May, Saturday 10am-4.pm, Sunday 11am-3pm
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