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Dedication: Holy Trinity
The earliest identifiable part of the current Holy Trinity parish church is the Lady Chapel, built in the late 12th century on the site of the cell of a female anchorite who lived next to the church and was paid ½d a day by Henry II.
The churchyard famously appears in Stanley Spencer's masterpiece The Resurrection, Cookham in the Tate Britain.
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