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Re: Circles under churches
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Probably not quite what you're looking for, but the main church in Chesham (who's name escapes me, NGR SP9501), appears to be built upon a circle of puddingstones.

Most of the main pillars have a sizable puddingstone at the base. Some photos can be found here: though they'll be disappearing in a few weeks (the photos, not the puddingstones!), so grab 'em quick if they're of interest!

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Posted by ocifant
4th May 2005ce

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