Church of St James, Halse
|Church of St James|
Location within Somerset
|Town or city||Halse, Somerset|
The church includes some 12th and 13th century work, including the tower, but the current building was mainly built in the 15th century. The north aisle was built around 1546 and the church was restored in 1900. The brickwork is red sandstone which was laid down during the Triassic Period, with dressings of Hamstone.
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