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Description: Church of St James
Date Listed: 13 February 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 247026
OS Grid Reference: SU7280685202
OS Grid Coordinates: 472806, 185202
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5610, -0.9511
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2/8 Church of St. James
Parish Church. 1874. J. Gibson. Knapped flint with stone dressing and tile
roof. Nave, with north aisle; chancel; south porch. Gothic revival. Nave
has 4 lancet windows to south. Chancel has 2 paired lancets to south with
buttresses between windows. Decorated 3-light window to east wall. Decorated
2-light window to west wall. Bellcote at apex of west gable of nave. South
porch, timber framed with gabled tiled roof on flint and stone base. Interior:
Red brick with buff and black brick decoration. Wooden vault to chancel.
Fittings: 2-windows in north aisle have C15 flemish glass. Piscina and
Romanesque font from St. James' Church, Bill Bottom. Included as the repository
medieval glass and font.
(Pevsner, Buildings of England : Oxfordshire 1979, p.457).
Listing NGR: SU7280685202
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Source: English Heritage
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