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Church of All Saints

A Grade I Listed Building in Stourmouth, Kent

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.3203 / 51°19'12"N

Longitude: 1.2365 / 1°14'11"E

OS Eastings: 625616

OS Northings: 162880

OS Grid: TR256628

Mapcode National: GBR VZ7.1G2

Mapcode Global: VHLGJ.D22Q

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 11 October 1963

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1203363

English Heritage Legacy ID: 178292

Location: Stourmouth, Dover, Kent, CT3

County: Kent

District: Dover

Parish: Stourmouth

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

Listing Text

TR 26 SE STOURMOUTH WEST STOURMOUTH

(East Side)
2/260 Church of All
11.10.63 Saints

GV I

Parish church, now redundant. Main fabric Saxon, altered late C12 with C14
and C15 fenestration. Restored and re-seated 1845. Flint and rubble stone
repaired with red brick with plain tiled roof, and weather boarded tower with
shingled spire. Chancel, nave and aisles, western tower and south porch.
West tower with 2 massive offset C17 brick buttresses, enclosing a boarded
door and porch, with C15 2 light window and roundel over. South aisle with
brick parapet, 3 two-light ogee headed C14 windows, and gabled south porch
with hollow chamfered doorway and strap-hinged door standing proud of door-
way. Corner buttresses. Chancel with C19 rebuilt east wall and Decorated
style east window, 2 lancets to south, 1 to north, and offset diagonal
buttresses. Lower half of north aisle only survives, with brick buttresses
and 2 hipped dormers. Interior: 3 western bays of nave consist of timber
framed trusses. North arcade of 2 simple chamfered arches on plain abaci cut
through wall. South arcade of 4 chamfered arches on 2 octagonal and 1 round
pier, with crockets and upright leaves, some oak leaf-enrichment, and
spurred and moulded bases, all based on late C12 work at Christ Church,
Canterbury. Blocked double-splayed pre-Conquest window high on north wall.
Roof of 3 crown posts, one renewed C20. Lean-to north aisle, cross-beamed
south aisle roof. Chamfered chancel arch on square responds, with attached
nook shafts. Fittings: chancel with dado panelling with built in elliptically
headed piscina end choir stalls (6 to north, 6 to south), C17. Base of road
screen of 4 panels, brattished rail to right. Pulpit C17, octagonal, with 2
panels on each face, guilloche decoration on arrises, and double hinged door.
Box pews, with beaded panelled sides, and 4 painted inscription boards in nave
also C17, C19 pews at rear of nave incorporating and reproducing the ogee
headed tracery of the road screen upper panels. Brass: in chancel, Thomas
Mareys, d.1472. Two foot high figure of priest with 1 mutilated shield
remaining. Glass: fragments of C15 glass in chancel south window. Church
redundant since 1979. (see B.O.E. Kent II, 1983 469-470).


Listing NGR: TR2545262549

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