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Description: Parish Church of St Giles
Date Listed: 25 April 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 216938
OS Grid Reference: SP1520984649
OS Grid Coordinates: 415209, 284649
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4596, -1.7776
Parish Church of St Giles
SP 18 SE 14/1 25.4.52
Early C14 nave with a contemporary timber roof of 4 trusses with curved braces to the
tie-beams. North aisle of 1867 (when the church was restored by Slater and Carpenter)
but with a mid C14 arcade without capitals to the piers. West tower and westward
extension of the nave by one bay of 1461. Early C16 timber framed S porch, its
principal rafters decorated with quatrefoils. Chancel of 1867. Inside, reset in the
north wall of the aisle a C15 reredos, niches with crocketted gables flanked by tall
pinnacles. In the niches, once the Annunciation, but the figures of the Angel and the
Virgin and the vase of lilies between them now all cut away.
Listing NGR: SP1520984649
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Source: English Heritage
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