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The old stalls, miserere seats, desks were repaired and restored.
For many years the clock in the parish church was the only chronicler of hours in the town with the exception of one at Nicholson’s foundry.
The library above south porch was presented by Bishop White in 1698. The chapel of the Holy Spirit was decorated by Sir Ninian Comper in 1930.
The Saxon church that stood on the site was in the manor of the Earl of Mercia and his wife Lady Godiva, but nothing of that structure now remains.
Newark had been granted by the Earl to the monks of Stow.