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Description: Remains of the Church of St Thomas
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 216759
OS Grid Reference: SP0646686142
OS Grid Coordinates: 406466, 286142
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4732, -1.9062
Lee Bank B15
Remains of the
Church of St Thomas
SP 08 NE 7/8
1826-9. by Rickman and Hutchinson. Only the West front of the church survives.
Either side of the projecting tower, tall Ionic quadrant porticos whose plain
entablature is continued across the lower part of the tower which is of 2
stages. The first stage rectangular with columns and pediment to each face,
the second an austerely plain octagon surmounted by an arrangement of metal
that reads as a cross equally from all 4 cardinal directions and from above.
The remains supported at the back (ie to the east) by a shelter-like structure
with 2 columns built in connection with the laying out of the adjacent garden in
1955 in commemoration of the Coronation.
Listing NGR: SP0646686142
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Source: English Heritage
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