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Shropshire (Unitary Authority)
Hope Bowdler
National Grid Reference:
SO 47585 92409



SO49SE Church of St Andrew 1312-1/6/130 15/03/74


Church. Rebuilt 1863, incorporating C12 and C13 material mainly in tower, by S Pountney Smith. MATERIALS: rusticated ashlar with ashlar dressings with chamfered plinth. Plain-tile roof, hipped over vestry and pyramid over tower, fish-tail pattern tiles on porch, ashlar-coped gable to chancel. PLAN: chancel with south vestry, nave with south porch, west tower. EXTERIOR: chancel with east window of triple stepped lancets in Early English style. North wall with 2 lancets. South wall has lancet to right, and canted projecting vestry with 4 lancets on the faces. Nave north and south walls have opposing range of 3 lancets in Early English style. East ends of nave each with 2-light window with roundel vesica, hoodmould and small gable. Arched south doorway covered by gabled porch. Tower: 3-stage stepped tower with chamfered capped plinth. Lancets to west and south faces at lower stage with stair window slits and door to north. Chamfered slit windows to middle stage on north and south faces. 2 lancets on each face of bell-stage. Moulded cornice, clockface under small gable to west. INTERIOR: 2-bay chancel roof with 3 arched braced collar trusses, twin purlins and intermediate principals, all with moulding and opposing curved windbraces. 4-bay nave roof with 5 arched braced collar trusses and single purlin. Transitional-style pointed chancel arch on large colonnettes and tower arch with smaller colonnettes. Stained glass by Kempe together with reset C13 or C14 glass. Carved pulpit dated 1639.

Listing NGR: SO4758592409


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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: 28 Jun 2005
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