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Last edited 22 Jul 2021
This rainwater head at Leighton Church dates from 1632.
It defines a rainwater head as: ‘A box-shaped structure of metal, usually cast iron or lead, and sometimes elaborately decorated, in which water from a gutter or parapet is collected and discharged into a downpipe.’’
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