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St. Pauls Church (Stamford)

St. Paul's was one of the mediaeval churches in the ancient Lincolnshire town of Stamford.

Situated in St. Paul's Street, close to the site of the St. Paul's Gate entrance to the town, the small church dates from the 12th century.

It is now the chapel of the well-known Stamford School, which was founded in 1532.

Pupils of the school included Lord Burleigh and Lord Northcliffe.

Almost opposite the old church is the old gateway of Brasenose Hall, a remnant of the brief period when Stamford was a university town.

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