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Church of St. Lawrence, Weston Patrick

Description: Church of St. Lawrence

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 26 April 1957
English Heritage Building ID: 139206

OS Grid Reference: SU6909446891
OS Grid Coordinates: 469094, 146891
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2170, -1.0121

Location: Weston Road, Weston Patrick, Hampshire RG25 2NT

Locality: Weston Patrick
Local Authority: Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: RG25 2NT

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Listing Text

26.4.57 Church of St Lawrence


C12, and 1868 by T H Wyatt. On an old site, and retaining the general form, the church
was rebuilt by the Wyatt family, producing a stylish Victorian Gothic building. Single
cell nave and chancel, with a south aisle and vestry. The exterior has a steep slate
roof (flatter lead covered to the aisle) with a large western bell turret, having a
shingled broach spire above a double tier of openings, and slate-hung sides. The
walling is in flint with stone dressings; simple buttresses, hoodmoulds, plinth band.
The north side windows are lancets (a single and 2 coupled of different depth), the
east has 3 lancets with small roundels to give a plate tracery effect, the west has an
8-cusped circular light above 2 detached lancets. There is a porch with a timber frame
on a stone base wall, with arch-braced gable, enclosing the oldest surviving feature
(from the original church) of the Norman doorway, a plain round arch with a square
outer moulding finishing on square abaci. Within, the church is enriched by moulded
nave arches, on plain drum columns with octagonal moulded caps and bases. The plain
scissors truss of the nave is covered in painted panels above the chancel, the
separation from the nave being marked by a delicate arch-braced truss (with cusped
spandrel decoration) resting on short detached marble columns, with moulded caps,
mid-band and base. At the west end of the nave a massive king-post truss supports the
bell turret above. Other details include a panelled reredos, a piscina, altar rails, a
low stone screen wall below the chancel "arch", an octagonal font, and stained glass.
A small frame encloses part of an embroidered altar cloth with initials GG George
Green, of Western Corbett House and IR, and the date 1682.

Listing NGR: SU6904247010

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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