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County of Herefordshire (Unitary Authority)
Pipe and Lyde
National Grid Reference:
SO 50282 44091


PIPE AND LYDE CP - SO 54 SW 6/65 Church of St Peter 27.1.67


Parish church. Late C12 or C13 nave and west tower, C14 chancel, largely rebuilt 1874 by F R Kempson. Sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings, tiled roofs and shingle to spire. West tower, nave with south porch, chancel and north vestry. West tower: early C13, two stages with C19 broach spire, plain C14 corbels and lancet windows to north and south. Pair of C19 semi-circular headed openings to east side of bell stage and lancet openings to remaining sides. Nave: C19 windows to south; one lancet with moulded label to left and and two pairs of similar windows to right of C19 gabled south porch; late C12 two-centred arched headed south doorway with roll moulded jambs partly restored. Six similar C19 windows to north wall and one late C12 semi-circular headed light remains intact toward centre rear blocked and altered north doorway. Chancel: single trefoil-headed light and 2-light window with plain Y-tracery; north wall altered by addition of C19 vestry. East window: three plain stepped lights. Interior: C14 or C15 roof to chancel of three bays; open arched brace trusses with trefoil above. C19 roof to nave. Stone staircase in north-east angle of nave formerly leading to rood loft, C15 rood beam, with carved floral and vine ornament. Font, C13, moulded octagonal base and round stem with C19 bowl.

Listing NGR: SO5028344093


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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: 22 Aug 2002
Reference: IOE01/08124/12
Rights: Copyright IoE Mrs Jennifer McKirdy. Source Historic England Archive
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