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Sykehouse Holy Trinity Church, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire


Although there is some evidence of a chapel having existed at the end of the 12th century, the earliest definite reference is of a licence dated the 20th December 1425, granted to Edmund Fitzwilliam for a chapel to celebrate divine offices - probably an extension of his house.

Between 1850 to 1886, the present church was built, together with a new vicarage and school. The church is in the style of the 13th century and retains the tower of 1724. A new belfry and slated spire were added.

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