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Description: Church of St Michael
Date Listed: 20 December 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 139571
OS Grid Reference: SU4548541228
OS Grid Coordinates: 445485, 141228
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1685, -1.3508
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SU 44 SE BULLINGTON LOWER BULLINGTON
Church of St. Michael
Parish church. Late C12, early C13, early C19, and restoration of 1871.
Single cell, of Norman nave and a chancel of circa 1220, with a western tower
of the third period; a north vestry, south porch, and some restoration details
are of 1871. Flint walls with stone-dressings; 2 small Norman windows at the
west end of the nave, a lancet on the southside of the chancel and a Norman
doorway (blocked) on the north side; the restoration work includes triple lancets
at the east end, 2 small 'Perpendicular' windows at the south side of the nave,
a priest's door, and windows and door of the vestry. The tower is of red
brickwork with flint panels, corner flat buttresses, the top of the brickwork
finishing as a dentil eaves to the pyramid roof; small 'Geometrical' belfry
windows, and a larger west window. Single tiled roof, extending over the
outshots (vestry and heating chamber) on the north side. The south porch has a
tile and gabled roof above an open timber framework, resting on a base wall.
Inside, the details are all of the last period, but there are 4 wall monuments
of the period 1800 to 1830, and a floorslab of 1727: the tower arch is a plan
semi-circle above impost bands.
Listing NGR: SP3767439287
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Source: English Heritage
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