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Description: Chapel of St Margaret and St Anthony
Date Listed: 18 March 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 107292
OS Grid Reference: SU0041500364
OS Grid Coordinates: 400415, 100364
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8028, -1.9955
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5193 PAMPHILL SAINT MARGARET"S HILL
Chapel of St Margaret and
SU 00 SW 4/10 18.3.55
C13 - originally the chapel of leper hospital. Ironstone walls, modern tiled
roof, with timber bell-turret at west end. Single-cell building, with no
structural chancel. Attached cottage at west end (No 1 St Margaret's qv)
may have been the original priest's house. C16 timber-framed wall separates
chapel from cottage.
South wall has blocked pointed arched doorway at west end, with inserted window.
Two-light C13 window in chancel. Modern two-light gothic windows in nave. East
wall of chancel, repaired in brick, has round-headed C18 window with timber
glazing bars - domestic style.
North wall has two-light C15 window in chancel and a two-light modern gothic
window in nave. C13 pointed arched doorway in centre of nave. C15 pointed
arched doorway at west end.
Simple arch-braced waggon roof - rafters exposed. C17 altar table - other
RCHM Monument 1.
See Hutchins' History of Dorset.
Listing NGR: SU0041500364
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Source: English Heritage
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