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Description: Lychgate to the South West of Church of All Saints
Date Listed: 16 July 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 315677
OS Grid Reference: ST9559992892
OS Grid Coordinates: 395599, 192892
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6348, -2.0650
ST 99 SE CRUDWELL
3/55 Lychgate to the south-west of
16/7/87 Church of All Saints
Lychgate BY Frederick Charles Eden. Erected as a First World War memorial in 1918. Unveiled 6th November 1920 by General Sir Reginald Dyer.
Squared dressed stone to tapered piers, timber trusses arching up
from either side of piers to support pyramidal stone slate roof
with stone ball finial at apex. Close-set cobbles on floor
beneath roof, 2-leaf plank and open balustraded gates, deeply
projecting eaves to roof. Inscriptions to the dead on inner faces
of piers. The whole set within low walls of squared and coursed
dressed stone with cambered copings; attached churchyard walls of
thin-bedded rubble not included.
(Source:National Inventory of War Memorials at the Imperial War Memorial)
Listing NGR: ST9559992892
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Source: English Heritage
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