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 St Andrew's Church

The Parish Church of St Andrew was built between 1100 and 1140 and is the most interesting and complete specimen of Norman architecture, located in south Shoebury.  The thick walls are built of ragstone rubble with caenstone quoins and the roof is red tiled.  The fine embattled tower at the west end is built of flint rubble and ragstone with brick parapet

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