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Description: Church of St James
Date Listed: 19 December 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 145282
OS Grid Reference: SU5764626085
OS Grid Coordinates: 457646, 126085
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0312, -1.1793
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SU 52 NE BEAUWORTH WESTFIELD DROVE
5/35 CHURCH OF ST JAMES
Parish Church. Built 1838 for H J Mulcock. Rendered flint and brick with stone
dressings, slated roof and slate hung bell turret. Single cell building, in early
English style, with central S porch and offset diagonal buttresses at corners.
Triple lancet E window with hood moulding and oval window in gable. Single
lancets with hood mouldings along sides. Gabled porch with 3 centred arch,
diagonal buttresses and brick coping with kneeler. W window similar to E. Brick
copings to gable ends with kneelers. Unusual bell turret of 3 stages with gablet
on each face of top stage. Inside all fittings contemporary except altar screen.
7 blank panels on walls with Gothic surrounds and similar triangular panel over
doorway. Exposed queen post roof with wavy cusps on either side in middle of each
member. Gallery at W supported by 1st of 2 tiers of cast iron columns supporting
Listing NGR: SU5754626025
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Source: English Heritage
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