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Stratford-on-Avon (District Authority)
Preston Bagot
National Grid Reference:
SP 17462 66062



SP16NE Church of All Saints 1457-1/2/86 05/04/67


Church. C12 nave with C13 chancel and later alterations of C14 and C15, with restorations and rebuilding of 1879 by JA Chatwin including east end, vestry and porch. Coursed lias stone rubble with sandstone dressings, plain-tile roofs and shingle spire. 5-bay nave and 2-bay chancel with south porch and west bell-cote, north vestry. EXTERIOR: south side of nave: buttress with off-sets to east; entrance to second bay, timber porch on stone plinth has ornamental quatrefoil-headed open arcade and 4-centred-arched opening with foliage to spandrels. Within is a plank door in pointed, chamfered arch. Windows from west: round-arched lancet, pair of renewed trefoil-headed lancets, pair of trefoil-headed lancets with moulded mullions, trefoil-headed lancet; further blocked round-arched lancet. Chamfered eaves band with gargoyle of owl to west; raised copings and kneelers to gable end. North side of nave: round-arched entrance with a plank door in chamfered surround with imposts and hoodmould. 3 small round-arched lancets, the westernmost has renewed surrounds, then a trefoiled lancet. West end has lancet window; cross at apex. Belfry has 3 foiled openings to each side, broach spire. South side of chancel: buttress with off-sets; south side has pointed-arched priest's entrance with a plank door in chamfered surround with mass clock to right jamb. Pair of trefoil-headed lancets with chamfered mullions. Chamfered eaves with lion-head gargoyle; copings to gable and kneeler. North side of chancel: C19 vestry has chamfered plinth, pointed-arched entrance with a plank door in double-chamfered arch with roll-moulding; pair of trefoil-headed windows. Chancel north wall has similar pair of trefoil-headed windows. East end: 2 end buttresses with off-sets; 2 trefoil-headed lancets in chamfered surrounds, partly renewed. Chamfered eaves throughout. INTERIOR: windows all have deeply-splayed surrounds with double- and triple-chamfered sills. C19 round-arched, double-chamfered chancel arch on corbels with waterleaf capitals and zig-zag moulding to head with hoodmould on roll-moulded jambs. Chancel has brattished eaves. C19 tiled floor. Some Victorian stained glass. C19 roof. (Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Warwickshire: Harmondsworth: 1966-: 374).

Listing NGR: SP1746266062


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Books and journals
Pevsner, N, Wedgwood, A, The Buildings of England: Warwickshire, (1966), 374


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: 26 Oct 2004
Reference: IOE01/12866/22
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr David Morphew. Source Historic England Archive
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