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Description: Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 6 March 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 146220
OS Grid Reference: SU5386220614
OS Grid Coordinates: 453862, 120614
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9824, -1.2341
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UPHAM CHURCH STREET
SU 52 SW
1/11 Church of St Mary (formerly
listed as The Church)
Parish church. C13, west tower of the early C18, mainly a restoration of 1881 by
G E Street. Chancel with north vestry, nave of three bays with wide north aisle and
narrow south aisle, extending south of the west tower, south porch. Walls of flint
with stone dressings, mostly coupled windows of Perpendicular style, the east
window of three lights having older parts: the tower is of brickwork in Flemish
bond with blue headers. Tile roof (repaired 1985) of triple pile across nave and
aisles. The interior is Victorian, with a taller south arcade of late-Perpendicular
style: at the east end of the north aisle a pointed arch resting on Norman half
columns is a survivor of the old church. Stone pulpit, octagonal font, a few mid
C19 small wall monuments, and an oil-painting of the Italian School (of the
Crucifixian) above the south door.
Listing NGR: SU5383220588
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Source: English Heritage
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