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Babergh (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TM 09226 42150


TM 04 SE CHATTISHAM CHATTISHAM ROAD 3/8 Church of All Saints 22.2.55 - II* Parish church. Early C14 and later. Flint, brick stone dressings, part rendered, plain tile roofs. West tower, nave, south porch, chancel, south vestry. Tower C14, reduced in height 1772 when much repaired. Flint and stone diagonal buttresses and plinths. West front largely brick in English bond. 2-light C19 Decorated style window in larger opening, filled with C18 brickwork. Brick arched bell opening, small stair window and other openings in north and south wall. Nave, rendered south wall, diagonal buttress, 2 2-light windows, one with Y-tracery and simple hoodmould, one C19 Perpendicular style with cusped tracery. C19 or later porch. South doorway, 2 orders of chamfers running into roll mouldings over the arch, moulded hood. North wall, 2 2-light windows, one of C19 Y-tracery, one Perpendicular with animal stops to hoodmould. Simple chamfered north doorway. Projecting rood stair. Stone, flint and brick buttresses, the latter partly C16. Chancel of flint cobbles, diagonal buttresses. 3-light C19 Perpendicular style east window. 2 2-light C19 south windows, one Decorated, one erpendicular in style, similar Perpendicular north window. Blocked doorway with basket head brick arch infilled in English bond brickwork. Brick-filled rectangular opening with chamfered stone reveals. Interior: Tall simple chamfered tower arch clipped by the nave ceiling. Vestigial chancel arch. Simple arched piscina and sedilia. Fittings largely C19, including communion rail with annulated shafts. Pair of C17 stone wall tablets, one a rectangular monument with scrolled apron with skull beneath, skull finials and grape drops to each side of blank panel; the other a similar rectangle with drop finials in form of grapes, skull finials, garlands perhaps of figs to sides of illegible panel. Brass to Marie Revers, died xi September 1592, and brass of her family (iii Sonnes and vii daughters). Octagonal poor box.

Listing NGR: TM0922642150


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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: 18 Apr 2003
Reference: IOE01/10711/15
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