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St Margaret Pattens Church, dedicated to St. Margaret of Antioch, gets its name from the pattens that were made and sold in the lane beside the church in medieval times.
St Margaret Pattens Church, dedicated to St. Margaret of Antioch, gets its name from the pattens that were made and sold in the lane beside the church in medieval times. The original church was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666 and rebuilt to Sir Christopher Wren's designs, and again restored in 1955 after the damage inflicted during World War II.
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