All Saints, Campton
Chicksands is to the north of the village, and consists almost entirely of the wooded Chicksands Priory estate. It was used as an American military base until 1995 and is now used as the British Intelligence and Security Centre (since 1997).
The parish church in the centre of the village is All Saints, a beautiful 13th century church.
The church contains the Osborne Memorials and the grave of the poet Robert Bloomfield.
Campton is listed in the Domesday Book. The entry reads: Chambeltone: Ralph de Lanquetot from Walter Giffard; Fulbert from Willian d'Eu; Thurstan
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