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Remains of a medieval church believed to have been destroyed during the Reformation have been uncovered in parkland in Nottinghamshire.
Archaeologists found the church, which dates back to 1160, at Rufford Country Park, near Ollerton.
Experts said the find will help them understand how the nearby Abbey’s buildings developed over the years.
Rufford Abbey was badly damaged after Henry VIII was refused a divorce by the Catholic church.
Emily Gillott, Nottinghamshire County Council’s community archaeologist, said: “Uncovering the remains of the original church is momentous. Read more.