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Description: Churchyard Boundary Wall with Lychgate and Service Building
Date Listed: 18 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 142982
OS Grid Reference: SU7802833525
OS Grid Coordinates: 478028, 133525
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0957, -0.8871
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SU 73 SE
6/10 Churchyard boundary wall,
with Lychgate and Service
Wall, lychgate and building. c 1870, by Waterhouse. The rectangular churchyard
is surrounded by a plain malmstone wall, having Bath stone dressings; weathered
top, higher cap and flanking buttresses at changes of levels and at corners and
rear openings. A pedestrian gateway has plain piers with buttresses and a
simple Gothic ornament to the steeply-weathered tops. Integral with the wall
on its north side is a small rectangular shed, of similar materials, with
3 plain chamfered door openings, and a tile roof (corrugated iron on the north
slope). The main entrance through the wall is a lychgate, of rich Gothic style,
with a tile roof, timber frame of 2 bays, and a stone base wall.
Listing NGR: SU7741632839
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Source: English Heritage
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