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Church of St Peter, Bramshaw

Description: Church of St Peter

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 8 October 1959
English Heritage Building ID: 144303

OS Grid Reference: SU2647916647
OS Grid Coordinates: 426479, 116647
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9487, -1.6244

Location: B3079, Bramshaw, Hampshire SO43 7JF

Locality: Bramshaw
Local Authority: New Forest District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SO43 7JF

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Listing Text


2/4 Church of St Peter

Parish church. Mid C13, only west nave survives, transepts and south transept
tower 1828 by J Peniston, chancel rebuilt and vestry late C19. Rubble ironstone
and flint, stone dressings, brick additions, some flint bands, old plain tile
roof, weatherboarded top stage to tower. Plan of C13 chancel and nave, chancel
rebuilt with north vestry C19, small north transept and large south transept with
tower at south end. Chancel east window is triple lancet. On sides single lancets.
North transept has late C19 3 lancet window. Large south transept has pointed
timber windows. South tower has pointed east door, now entrance, and square
weatherboarded belfry with louvred openings on each face and hipped roof. Nave
has C19 light east of north transept, to west external timber staircase to C19
gallery door. On south blocked C13 door with heavy roll-mouldings carried down
as shafts. To west C16 2-light window. West wall, much repaired, has C13 stepped
triple lancet window with C19 trefoil over. Inside chancel all C19 except
north-west door of late C13. Decorated style chancel arch. Plain chamfered arch
to north transept. Nave opens into south transept which has bow-fronted gallery,
reached from staircase in tower. Nave has bow-fronted west gallery dated 1828.
Behind west window is moulded rere-arch under label with heads at springing.
C15 roof with moulded wallplate and cambered tiebeams. Font old but recut.
Tower has C13 treble bell, long and tapered, and has a square lip.

Listing NGR: SP2697314926

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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