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The church, dedicated to St Bartholomew, is an ancient gothic structure, with a large chancel, a north aisle, and a handsome pinnacled tower, in which are three bells. The interior of the fabric underwent a thorough reparation, and the old east window gave place to a new one. In the chancel are two ancient oak chests, probably as old as the church itself,, in which the parish records are kept. One of them is formed of a solid piece of oak, and they are greatly admired as relics of antiquity. Several neat tablets have been erected in memory of the Clark family, of Barnby Moor.