This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
EALING ROAD (off) 1.
5010 Northolt Church of St Mary TQ 18 SW 1/3 24.2.50 I GV 2.
Nave rebuilt and perhaps widened towards the south, circa 1300. Chancel rebuilt early C16. Bell turret C16. Buttress added circa 1700. South porch C19.
Brick chancel, nave of flint and iron-stone, cement-rendered. Dressings of Reigate and other freestone. Chancel windows modern with C16 rere-arches.
No chancel arch. Nave north windows, west of circa 1300 with 2 trefoil lights, east of mid C14. Blocked C14 north doorway. Similar windows and south doorway of C14. C14 west window. Early C16 king-post roof in chancel and nave.
C15 piscina in nave south wall. Stoup circa 1300 in nave east of south doorway.
Three C17 bells. Brasses of C15 and C16. Font of mid to late C14 with oak cover dated 1624. C17 and C18 monuments and floor slabs. Tiled roofs. Shingled spirelet. (RCHM Middlesex pp 96-97).
Listing NGR: TQ1320384034
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