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Description: Parish Church of St Bartholomew
Date Listed: 30 June 1961
English Heritage Building ID: 131475
OS Grid Reference: SO7713901716
OS Grid Coordinates: 377139, 201716
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7137, -2.3323
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SO 70 SE COALEY THE STREET
2/57 (east side)
Parish Church of St
Anglican parish church. Jacques and Son of Gloucester, rebuilding of 1854-58, but
tower C15. Squared and coursed limestone, stone slate roofs. West tower, nave, north
aisle and deep north porch, chancel, flanked by organ chamber, north and vestry, south
side. Tower in 4-stages with diagonal buttresses having 8 offsets, stair turret
north-east corner; west door under stopped drip, 3 light perpendicular ringing
chamber window, small trefoil-headed light at second string course 2-light pierced
belfry light, blank panelled crenellation, two gargoyles to each face. C19 body in
C14 style. Good C19 door with strap hinges, and original lock and key. Interior:
5-bay nave arcade, octagonal piers with ball-flower caps, 3-light windows, steep arch
braced roof carried on triple shafts stopped to carved heads; north aisle 2-light
windows, steep pitched roof on triple shafts stopped to leaf corbels or shields.
Chancel arch with angle-head corbels, chancel 4-light east window and 2-light north
and south near-printed barrel ceiling. Floors tiled, pews and pulpit and octagonal
font C19; north aisle east window by Wailes. Brass to Daniel Stayno, north wall of
Listing NGR: SO7713901716
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Source: English Heritage
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