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Description: Church of St Mary
Date Listed: 30 May 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 220889
OS Grid Reference: TG0062308927
OS Grid Coordinates: 600623, 308927
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6410, 0.9638
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WHINBURGH CHURCH ROAD
TG 00 NW
6/97 Church of St.Mary
Redundant parish church. Medieval and later. Flint with ashlar and some
brick dressings. Lead and plaintile roofs. Tower porch to south; aisle-
less nave and chancel. Late C13 tower with angle buttresses. Moulded
entrance arch on triple shaft responds with polygonal capitals. Carved
heraldic shield above with a cusped statue niche. 3 flat-headed loops
to first floor. Bell stage with 2 2-light Y- and plate-traceried
openings to east and west, a cusped and Y-traceried opening to south with
blocked spandrel and a plain lancet to north. Shallow pitched roof without
a parapet. West wall of nave has a 5-light Y-traceried window with cusping,
6 quatrefoils and one cinquefoil: a C19 restoration-in original opening.
South wall of nave has one cusped Y-traceried 2-light window with cusped
spandrel light and a 3-light late-Medieval panel-traceried window without
cusping. North wall with 2 2-light Y-traceried windows: with cusping
to east and plate-traceried to west. North and south doorways each of
2 wave-moulded orders. Finely carved label stops to all nave openings.
Largely rebuilt chancel with one modern 3-light east window in Geometric
style, and to south 2 2-light cusped Y-traceried windows of which the
westernmost is original. Priest's door to north. Interior. Plain
chamfered chancel arch without responds. Nave piscina with cusped ogee
arch. Surviving rood stair to north. Original scissor-braced nave roof
of 32 trusses. The top third of the roof has been removed and replaced
by a shallow pitched boarded arrangement just above the collars. Tall
ashlaring on a moulded wall plate. Early C14 font with a plain circular
bowl on a moulded octagonal shaft.
Listing NGR: TG0062308927
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Source: English Heritage
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