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The church of St John the Baptist, Clowne, Derbyshire, stands on an ancient ridgeway and dates from Norman times with it's fine south doorway and chancel arch of that period. It was partially rebuilt in the Early English and Perpendicular periods. The Norman chancel was rebuilt and enlarged in 1955 when two side chapels were added, one being a miner's chapel dedicated to those who lost their lives in the coal mines.

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