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Latitude: 51.2257 / 51°13'32"N
Longitude: -2.6982 / 2°41'53"W
OS Eastings: 351343
OS Northings: 147619
OS Grid: ST513476
Mapcode National: GBR ML.326V
Mapcode Global: VH89R.5GY7
Entry Name: Church of St Paul
Listing Date: 29 January 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1295274
English Heritage Legacy ID: 268121
Location: St. Cuthbert Out, Mendip, Somerset, BA5
Civil Parish: St Cuthbert Out
Traditional County: Somerset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Somerset
ST54NW ST CUTHBERT OUT CP
10/106 Church of St Paul
Anglican Church. 1843 by Richard Carver. Coursed and squared rubble, pilaster buttresses, Lombard frieze, slate roof,
coped verges, gabled ashlar bellcote. Nave, transepts, chancel with vestry. Neo-Norman. Nave of 2 bays, tall and narrow
semi-circular head windows, nook shafts, hood moulds with foliate stops; similar triple-light window to west end.
Transepts in conforming style of a single bay. Chancel with large 3-light east window in style of c1200. Semi-circular
head west doorway, 3 orders of shafts; vestry with well modelled neo-Norman doorway with chevron ornament. Interior
plastered under arch braced roof; broad semi-circular head transept and chancel arches. Mid-late C19 fittings including
pews, font, pulpit, reredos, altar rails and stained glass. (Colvin H M, Biographical Dictionary of British Architects,
Listing NGR: ST5134347619
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