Loftus Parish Church
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The Parish Church of St Leonard in Loftus, North Yorkshire was rebuilt in 1811, the former building being described by Graves about 1808 as a ‘mean and humble edifice’ in a neglected condition.

Loftus Parish Church

Loftus Parish Church

1901 saw another rebuild of the church, some portions only of the old west and south walls remaining.

The tower finishes with an embattled parapet and has a clock dial on the north and west sides towards the town.

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