Description: Charnel House in the Churchyard of the Church of St Michael
Date Listed: 6 January 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 320169
OS Grid Reference: ST8115832253
OS Grid Coordinates: 381158, 132253
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0893, -2.2704
ST 8032-8132 MERE CHURCH STREET
Charnel House in the
6.1.66 churchyard of the
Church of St Michael
Churchyard building, possibly former charnel house, now store. Late mediaeval
front, much reconstructed behind. Squared limestone rubble in courses, plain
tile roof to tight-clipped verge; red brick dressing and quoins on north side.
To churchyard a flat segmental chamfered opening with C19 plank door; to the
right a worn cusped single light with terracotta beneath a section of straight
hollow mould as drip, and in the gable a plain rectangular opening to chamfered
surround. Left wall has a late opening with plank fill right wall plain. Roof
structure rebuilt in C19 or C20. To the right a rubble wall continues at eaves
height to a returned garden wall.
Listing NGR: ST8115632253
Source: English Heritage
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