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Description: Church of All Saints
Date Listed: 16 May 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 138169
OS Grid Reference: SU5385855430
OS Grid Coordinates: 453858, 155430
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2955, -1.2289
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SU 55 NW KINGSCLERE HANNINGTON
16.5.66 Church of All Saints
Cll, C12, C13, C14, C15, C19. An aisleless nave and chancel of Saxon origin, the nave
mainly Norman, the chancel rebuilt in the C15, the south aisle (of 2 bays) added
before 1200, the nave and aisle lengthened to 3 bays In the C19, when a north porch
and bell turret were added. Tile roof, continued to a low eaves over the aisle, bell
turret of 3 stages, with a broach spire above curving side walls and a rectangular
base, all covered in shingles. Walling is of flint with some stone added, and stone
dressings; the north-eeast corner of the nave has long and short work of the earliest
period, there are buttresses on the south side and a tall buttress in the centre of
the west gable, a moulded string links the Victorian lancets around the west end. The
chancel windows are single lights with 5 cusps within rectangular hoodmoulds, the east
and south windows of the south aisle, are, C14, the others of C19 date, including a
Geometrical east window. The inside has a piscina in the east wall, a south side
squinch, scalloped caps and cylindrical columns, arches of circa 1300, a Jacobean
pulpit, the baluster stem of a classical font (the present font being Victorian) and 2
examples of modern glazing.
Listing NGR: SU5393255809
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Source: English Heritage
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