Holy Trinity (Kendal Parish Church) in the Market Town of Kendal, Cumbria, is one of the widest Parish Churches in England and parts of the church date from the early thirteenth century, though it occupies the site of a much earlier Church.
A record in the Domesday Book, and the shaft of an Anglian Cross, housed in the church and dated at approximately AD 850, suggest a very early beginning.
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