Normanton on Trent
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The parish church of St Matthew is a Grade II* listed building, dating from the 13th century.  Other listed buildings in Normanton include the Grade II listed Manor House on South Street; Normanton Hall on Main Street; and the former School House also on Main Street. The latter has an inscription: "Henry Jackson of this town Gent built and endowed this school for four pounds a year for the education of ten poor children belonging to this parish Anno Dom 1776". 
- "Area: Normanton on Trent CP (Parish)"
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