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Description: Church of St John the Baptist
Date Listed: 28 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 148446
OS Grid Reference: SO9861860233
OS Grid Coordinates: 398618, 260233
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2403, -2.0216
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SO 96 SE STOCK & BRADLEY CP BRADLEY GREEN
1/172 Church of St John the
Parish church. 1864-1865 by W J Hopkins. Sandstone, machine tile roof.
Chancel, nave, tower in north-east angle between chancel and nave. Tower:
three stages with stone broach spire, two ogee-headed windows to belfry
stage, first stage has a single ogee-headed window to each side. Chancel:
two bays, a trefoil headed window to east bay; east window: three trefoiled
lights under 2-centred head with label. Nave: three bays with a pair of
trefoiled windows to two east bays; west bay filled by gabled north porch;
west window: rose window under 2-centred head with label and engaged shafts
to responds. Interior: chancel arch: 2-centred of two orders, the inner
order is chamfered and dies into the responds; tower arch: segmental pointed
of two orders. Roofs: chancel: two bays, trusses arch braced; nave: scissor
braced common rafter/collar roof with ashlar pieces. Fittings: plain pews,
low stone pulpit to south-west corner of chancel; fragments of two medieval
tomb slabs set in floor of porch. The church stands on the site of a medieval
chapel. The chapelry of Bradley, a part of Fladbury, was made a parish in
1862. (VCH 3, pp 362-363; BoE p 95).
Listing NGR: SO9861860233
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Source: English Heritage
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