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Description: Remains of St Mary's Chapel
Date Listed: 23 June 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 221009
OS Grid Reference: TF7955504112
OS Grid Coordinates: 579555, 304112
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6051, 0.6501
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TF 70 SE
Remains of St.Mary's
23:6:60 Chapel. (formerly
listed as Old Chapel,
Former chapel converted into a dwelling, converted back and almost entirely
rebuilt. C12, re-conversion late C20. Flint with some ashlar dressings.
Rebuilt sections of brick with flint facing. Corrugated metal and asbestos
roofs. Aisleless nave with stilted apse. South wall of nave with semicircular
headed doorway surrounded by carved chevron ornament and one C13 hollow
chamfered lancet window. North wall with an undressed semicircular headed
doorway and a single splayed window undressed except for an arched lintel.
Apse almost entirely rebuilt with a C13 lancet window and 3 undressed single
splayed windows. West wall has one single splayed window with a stone arched
lintel. Interior. Entirely rebuilt chancel arch incorporating some C12 angle
roll ornament and a pair of plain imposts of rectangular section.
Listing NGR: TF7955504112
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Source: English Heritage
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