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Description: Church of St Bartholomew
Date Listed: 30 June 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 131445
OS Grid Reference: SO7484300363
OS Grid Coordinates: 374843, 200363
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7014, -2.3654
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SO 70 SW CAM LOWER CAM
Church of St
Anglican parish church. Designed by George Madan, the incumbent. 1844. Fine squared
and dressed Cotswold limestone, stone slate roof. Nave, with octagonal bell turret
over east end, south aisle and porch, chancel; all in decorated style, including
wide-spaced ball-flower ornament to cornice, windows 2 or 3-light, east window
4-light, some flamboyant tracery. Nave 5-bay, quadrilobed piers with variegated
floral capitals, double chamfer arches, hammer-beam roof; arch braced roof to
chancel. Floor tiled, alternating diagonal dark brown and white. Octagonal font,
pitch-pine pews, delicate open wood screen. Porch with pointed barrel vault and heavy
Listing NGR: SO7484300363
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Source: English Heritage
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