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Description: Church Tower
Date Listed: 4 July 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 134097
OS Grid Reference: SP0087130410
OS Grid Coordinates: 400871, 230410
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9722, -1.9887
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SP 03 SW WINCHCOMBE THE STREET, GRETTON
Tower, formerly at west end of church, now demolished. C15 or C16. Large
squared and dressed limestone blocks, pyramidal stone slate roof. Two-
storey, square with moulded drip to south east and west at half height,
3-light hollow chamfer mullioned and transomed window of C16 with 4-centred
head, west side and simple chamfered opening to east, on heavy respond caps.
Slit windows north, west, south in upper stage. Diagonal buttresses south-
west and north-west. This is all that remains of the church which was pro-
bably at the centre of the original development of Gretton as a village.
Listing NGR: SP0087130410
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Source: English Heritage
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