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Latitude: 51.3202 / 51°19'12"N
Longitude: 0.3612 / 0°21'40"E
OS Eastings: 564634
OS Northings: 160545
OS Grid: TQ646605
Mapcode National: GBR NP3.25B
Mapcode Global: VHJM4.62TS
Entry Name: Church of St Peter and St Paul
Listing Date: 25 August 1959
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1236191
English Heritage Legacy ID: 427136
Location: Trottiscliffe, Tonbridge and Malling, Kent, ME19
District: Tonbridge and Malling
Civil Parish: Trottiscliffe
Traditional County: Kent
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent
Church of England Parish: Trottiscliffe St Peter and St Paul
Church of England Diocese: Rochester
TQ 66 SW TROTTISCLIFFE C.P. CHURCH ROAD
2/25 (north side)
Church of St Peter
and St Paul
Church. c.1200. Flint with tufa dressings with plain tiled roofs. South west
tower, narrow nave, unusually long chancel. Early C16 windows. Flat-headed 2-light
belfry openings. Pointed arched doorway in south side of tower, with C13 doorway
beyond, hidden by addition of tower. Original north and south windows in chancel.
Interior: collar-rafter roof. Piscina built in one piece with C14 window. Reredos:
Wood, early C18, 2 cartauches carved with reliefs of Circumcision and Flight into
Egypt, not made for church. Alter rails: Wood, early C18, twisted balusters,
enriched newels, and leaf bosses, not made for church. Pulpit: 1775, by Henry
Keene, originally for Westminster Abbey, where it stood until 1824. Palm tree
carrying sounding board. Decoration a mixture of Gothic and classical, with oval
wheel motifs decorating sides. Reading desk: Made up of Jacobean remnants. Stained
glass: West window 1885 by Ward and Hughes. K. window by Gibbs.
Listing NGR: TQ6454660311
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