Church Of St Mary

7 Oct 2002
Church Of St Mary, Church Lane, Westcott, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire
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4/140 Church of St. Mary


- II*

Parish church. 1867. By G.E. Street. Coursed rubble stone exterior with stone dressings, coped gables and tiled roofs. Interior lined with pale red and yelllow brick but has some stone dressings. Nave, short narrow aisles, chancel. Austere in style with plate tracery.

Nave has moulded sill course and uncusped traceried windows, 3-light to W., 2 bays of 2-light windows to N. and S. Central bellcote with pyramidal tile roof and cast iron cross. One clerestory window to S.

with 4-light cusped wooden window in gabled dormer. S. door with chamfered arch in gabled porch. S. aisle to east of porch has 2 small quatrefoil windows and 2-light window with cusped tracery at E. end.

Similar 2-light windows to E. and W. ends of N. aisle. Both aisles share same roof pitch as nave. Chancel has off-set buttresses and windows with cusped tracery, 2-light to S., 3-light to E. Interior has unmoulded arches on circular piers with simply shaped caps, the N. arcade of 3 bays, the S. arcade of 2. Chancel arch similar but with attached shafts. Contemporary fittings with stone pulpit, low stone screen, and octofoil font. Mid C20 glass in E. window.

Listing NGR: SP7167417141


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