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Caption for Bentley, St Mary's Church 1929: The low tower of Bentley church can just be seen against a curtain of trees in this photograph. The base of the tower is over 500 years old, while the top is more recent. Yew trees lead to the church door, and inside is a Norman font with an arcaded bowl resting on four pillars.

An extract from Hampshire Churches Photographic Memories.

Memories of Bentley

I met my husband at the Bull Inn, Bentley and we lived and worked there together for 2 years before we moved up to Newcastle to raise our 2 wonderful daughters. I am just wondering if Mary and Peter are still running the old place?

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