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Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SU 23447 49017


NORTH TIDWORTH PLASSEY ROAD SU 24 NW (south side) 11/254 Church of the Holy Trinity II*

Anglican parish church. Late C14, C15 and restored in C19, but probably containing earlier fabric in tower. Flint and stone, stone quoins, all much repaired in brick C18 to C20. Tiled roofs. Nave with south porch and west tower. Chancel and north organ chamber. Vestry C19 added to north side of tower. Nave has 3- light cinquefoiled cusping within square heads. Chancel 2-light cusped windows but 3-light east window. Tower squat and broad, of 3 stages, with angle buttress on south west corner. C17-C18 brick quoining to upper stages and south window to bell stage. Brick parapet. South porch C15, with C19 gable, hollow chamfered outer door, 2-centred C14 inner door and a trefoiled stoup to right. North door blocked. Interior: Nave plastered and whitewashed. Roof of four bays with heavy crown post trusses, moulded tie-beams and open rafters Lower door to rood stair has hollow chamfer and a good niche with cinquefoiled head and naive pilaster buttresses. Piscina on south wall. Chancel arch has 3 respond shafts between hollow mouldings. Tower arch similar, 3 respond columns and plain chamfered capitals, and arch of 3 hollow orders. Chancel of 3 bays with opening to north organ chamber. C19 roof on stone corbels. Trefoiled piscina with traces of red paint. Fittings: Font late C12, square, with semicircular apron to each side, set on short columns and stepped base. Pulpit C19 oak part-octagon on stone base. Rood Beam, 1919, oak carved with vine scroll and crestings, carrying Crucifixion. Organ by Bevington and Sons. Monuments: Nave, south side, wall tablet, white marble on black by Gibbs of Andover, panel with cornice and fluted pilasters, draped urn over, apron below, to Sarah Taylor, died 1841. Under tower: Framed brass to Thomas Pierce, Dean of Sarum, died 1691 and his French wife, erected by their son.

Listing NGR: SU2344749017


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 06 May 2003
Reference: IOE01/10815/23
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr John Rendle. Source Historic England Archive
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