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Description: All Saints Church
Date Listed: 14 June 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 102795
OS Grid Reference: ST8226921155
OS Grid Coordinates: 382269, 121155
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9895, -2.2540
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ST 82 SW STOUR PROVOST STOUR ROW
3/165 All Saints Church
Chapel of Ease, 1867 by J Hicks. Sneckcd rubble with ashlar dressings.
Gable-ended, tiled roof with stone copings. Bellcote over slightly
projecting west porch. Plan: nave, chancel; west porch; north vestry.
North and south nave and chancel are trefoiled lancets. West window:
pair of lancets with quatrefoil over. East window of 3-lights under
2 centred head with geometric tracery and a label with carved foliage
stops. Vestry has shouldered door. West door has 2 orders of arch,
both chamfered, the outer being segmental pointed and the inner 2-centred.
Internal features: 2-centred chancel arch of 2 chamfered orders, the
outer continuous with the jambs and the inner springing from respond
half-shafts; chancel arch respond half-shafts have carved capitals and
corbels with naturalistic foliage etc, probably by either Grassby or
Boulton; arch-braced collar beam nave roof with curved braces above
the collar, the principals springing from corbels below wall-plate
level; arch-braced cusped collar chancel roof with principals springing
from corbels; octagonal font with quatrefoils on octagonal pier;
octagonal wooden pulpit on stone corbel; all fittings, seating etc.
Newman J and Pevsner N, The Buildings of England; Dorset, 1972, p 402.
Brocklebank, J Victorian Stone Carvers in Dorset Churches 1856-188O,
Dovecote Press, 1979, p 60/1.
Listing NGR: ST8226921155
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Source: English Heritage
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