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Description: Church of All Saints
Date Listed: 26 April 1957
English Heritage Building ID: 139140
OS Grid Reference: SU6900359972
OS Grid Coordinates: 469003, 159972
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3347, -1.0109
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26.4.57 Church of All Saints
C13, 1792, and later. Narrow aisleless nave and chancel, of medieval origin but much restored after fire damage; the chancel rebuilt in 1792. Tile roof, pyramid to small bell turret with slatted bell-frame and tile-hung lower part; 2 dormers on the south side of the nave. The chancel walling is of brickwork, Flemish bond, the nave being rendered, with 3 brick buttresses on the north side. The north wall of the nave has a C13 window, a stone hoodmould to the former doorway, and a small original cusped light. Brick porch (late C19. The west wall has 3 small windows above a round-headed doorway. All the interior has been gutted of fittings.
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Source: English Heritage
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