|Toynton All Saints, All Saints*|
Toynton was known as 'Totintun' at the time of the Domesday Book, which means 'the farmstead or village'. It was the centre of a thriving pottery industry, thought to have been established around 1200. Grade II listed, dating from the 18th century, of red brick with 19th century additions. 14th century octagonal font with a later 19th century restored base.
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