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Church of St Michael, South Littleton

Description: Church of St Michael

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 30 July 1959
English Heritage Building ID: 147662

OS Grid Reference: SP0757246237
OS Grid Coordinates: 407572, 246237
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1144, -1.8908

Location: Church Lane, South Littleton, Worcestershire WR11 8TU

Locality: South Littleton
Local Authority: Wychavon District Council
County: Worcestershire
Country: England
Postcode: WR11 8TU

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Listing Text

6/31 (West Side)

30.7.59 Church of St Michael

Church C13 and C15 heavily restored 1883 by F Preedy. Blue lias stone with plain
tile roofs. West tower, nave with South porch and North transept, chancel. Tower 2
stage C15 with 2-light bell openings and embattled parapet. Diagonal buttresses.
Nave; small cusped C13 lancet, round arched C12 South door and 2 C15 hollow chamfer
3-light windows to South side. Timber South proch rebuilt 1883. North transept with
small C13 lancets to East and West and paired cusped lancets to North. 1883 arch to
nave. Chancel with renewed 3-light East window, small C18 square North window, and to
South side late C13 2-light window, Tudor-arched door with 2-light Perp window adjacent
hollow chamfered with carved head stops to hoodmould. Roof and chancel arch 1883.
Pillar piscina C12 defaced. Head stop to South door. Norman font, circular with
rosettes and band decoration. C16 bench ends, C15 or C16 panels to pulpit, some
medieval tiles in North transept. East window stained galss 1903 by T F Curtis, Ward
& Hughes (signed).

Listing NGR: SP0757246237

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Source: English Heritage

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