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At Papworth St Agnes
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Papworth St Agnes is a tiny hamlet at the end of a dead-end road. In the middle of what is left of the village green is the old bakehouse, built 1815 to make bread for the locals.

Papworth St Agnes



Old brickwork
Papworth St Agnes

Church of St John The Baptist, last rebuilt in the mid 1800s and now used as a community hall. The church was decommissioned in the 70s and was to be demolished, but it was saved by the Friends Of Friendless Churches.Papworth St Agnes

The church is built of alternating limestone and knapped flintstone
Papworth St Agnes

Papworth St Agnes

Papworth St Agnes

Papworth St Agnes
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I love the tiny bakery! Do they use it for anything currently?

It has a post box in the side facing away from me, and the room is used as storage but it was empty when I looked in.

Quite jealous of your peregrinations.

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