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Ruins of St Mary's Church, High and Low Bishopside

Description: Ruins of St Mary's Church

Grade: II
Date Listed: 6 March 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 331321

OS Grid Reference: SE1632565520
OS Grid Coordinates: 416325, 465520
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0853, -1.7519

Location: Old Church Lane, High and Low Bishopside, North Yorkshire HG3 5LZ

Locality: High and Low Bishopside
Local Authority: Harrogate Borough Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: HG3 5LZ

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Listing Text

SE 1665-1765
(east side)
Pateley Bridge
17/41 Ruins of St Mary's Church


Ruins of church. C17 and C18. Coursed squared stone and ashlar, graduated
stone slate roof. West tower, nave with south porch. 3-stage west tower:
dated 1691, plinth, quoins. West side has double-chamfered 2-light
mullioned window to first stage. South side with 3 small chamfered one-
light openings, one above the other. Round-arched belfry openings in a
plain stone surround. Moulded band, embattled parapet with plain pinnacles
to each corner. Nave, C18: ruinous, to south a plain gabled porch retaining
roof. Small, single-light, pointed arched openings. Chamfered priests
doorway. c1716 tombstone to Anthony Wood attached to east of porch. East
end, central 4-light flat-faced mullioned window with transom, impost and
pointed arch to head of each light. To left is a tall 2-light chamfered
mullioned window with a transom. To right a chamfered mullioned 2-light

Listing NGR: SE1632565520

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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