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Description: Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul
Date Listed: 27 May 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 162033
OS Grid Reference: TL1775818526
OS Grid Coordinates: 517758, 218526
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8529, -0.2917
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TL 1718 KIMPTON CHURCH LANE
9/86 Parish Church of
St Peter and St Paul
Parish Church. Circa 1200 nave. C13 chancel. C15 S aisle and
chapel,nave clerestorey and W tower. Restored 1861 and N aisle
rebuilt. Rubble flint with stone dressings. Red brick to eaves.
Nave has Westmoreland slate hipped roof and C18 wooden coved
eaves. 3-stage W tower has clasped buttresses and tall moulded
plinth. W door in deep surround. Battlemented. Needle spire.
2-storey octagonal stair turret on N. Fenestration is restored
C15. N nave aisle has plate-traceried gabled windows. C15
crenellated Porch with polygonal stair turret. Interior has nave
arcade of 6 bays in a Transitional/Early English style. Drum
Piers with capitals alternately stiff leaf and scalloped. 2-
light cusped clerestorey windows. C18 flat nave roof. S chancel
aisle has tall C15 3-arch arcade with Piers of 4 shafts. Shallow
canted C15 timber roof to S nave aisle, the tie beams on figured
stone stops. Screen and stalls of chapel C15. Traces of C13
painting on jamb of lancet window next to E window of Chancel.
Monument to Thomas Brand, twentieth Baron Dacre (d.1851) on N
chancel wall: good Early English style tabernacle frame. Wall
monument to Sir Jonathan Keate (d. 1700), S chancel chapel:
marble plaque with entablature and fluted pilasters. Main E
window: glass by Mayer of Munich c.1890. (Pevsner (1977)).
Listing NGR: TL1775818526
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Source: English Heritage
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