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Church of St Mary, Long Ashton

Description: Church of St Mary

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 33522

OS Grid Reference: ST5584372885
OS Grid Coordinates: 355843, 172885
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4532, -2.6369

Location: Church Road, Long Ashton, North Somerset BS8 3PG

Locality: Long Ashton
County: North Somerset
Country: England
Postcode: BS8 3PG

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Listing Text

east side)

Parish Church (Anglican). 1891-93 by J.M. Medland of Gloucester. Rubble with
freestone dressings; plain tiled roof, shingles to tower and bellcote. South-
west tower and porch, nave, south transept, chancel with apse, vestry and church
room; all in a C13 style.South west tower of 2 stages with a pitched and
bargeboarded roof; the bell chamber stage is shingled and has 2-light, plain
louvred windows; octagonal bellcote and spire. Timber-framed, projecting,
gabled porch with a cusped bargeboard; arcaded sides with foiled heads. Nave:
four bays of 2-light plate tracery windows under hoodmoulds; four 3-light,
gabled dormer windows which are tile hung and have decorative bargeboards;
chamfered, pointed doorway at east end. Projecting south transept with two
single-light cusped lancet windows divided by a flat buttress. Polygonal apse
with 3-light stepped and cusped, lancet windows. The vestry has similar windows
to the apse; church room ( or choir's vestry) has a 4-light, plate tracery
window. Interior. Arch-braced collar beam roof; Perpendicular style screen,
pulpit and font.

Listing NGR: ST5584372885

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Source: English Heritage

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