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Description: Remains of St.peters Church
Date Listed: 9 December 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 281436
OS Grid Reference: TM2004162275
OS Grid Coordinates: 620041, 262275
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2147, 1.2196
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ASHFIELD CUM THORPE THORPE LANE
TM 26 SW
5/12 Remains of St. Peter's
Ruins of former parish church of Thorpe. Medieval, perhaps C12. Part of a
round tower of flint rubble, in 2 fragments, standing to a maximum height of
c. 12m. To the west, an incomplete ground floor window opening and a small
part of the one above. At a higher level to the north is part of a further
window. Lower walls plastered internally. Attached to the north east is
small remains of the nave, in red brick. The nave and chancel are said to
have been rebuilt in 1739 and pulled down some time after Ashfield church was
opened in 1853.
Listing NGR: TM2004162275
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Source: English Heritage
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