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ST PETER AND ST PAULS CHURCH

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The church consists of a west tower, nave, chancel south porch, north and south aisles and an extension to the north of the chancel, it may originally have had north and south transepts but if so they have been demolished. Built of carstone, brick, flint, freestone and clunch with a plain...

ST PETERS CHURCH

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St Peters Church, which was completed in 1822, was designed by the architects W. and H.W. Inwood. The church formed an integral part of the Regents square layout and was included in the Ministry of Housing and Local Governments list as being a building of special architectural importance....

ST NICHOLAS CHURCH

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The Loseley chapel was built in the 15th century and is all that remains of the early church, the remainder of the building was rebuilt in 1836. This new church was in turn rebuilt in 1870-5 to the designs of S S Teulon, though the work was carried out by Ewan Christian. The tower lantern...

ST CHADS CHURCH

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Church now demolished except for the 15th century tower. The church was dedicated in 669 but the earliest foundations to have been found are 12th century. The church was demolished and rebuilt in 1593 and 1766. The chancel was demolished and rebuilt in 1792, 1833 and 1893. In 1976 the nave...

ST ANDREW HOLBORN CHURCH

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King Edgars renewal of the Charter of Westminster Abbey, circa 959, mentions a St Andrews Church of timber in this location. The mid-15th century fabric of its successor stood outside the area burned by the Great Fire, but became ruinous and was rebuilt 1684-6 by Wren, the largest of his c...

ST MARYS CHURCH.

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Mid 15th century church, restored in 1753, 1772, 1832 and 1882. The nave and chancel were rebuilt in 1896 and the vestries were added in 1910 and 1962. Built of stone rubble and ashlar with tiled roofs, the church comprises a west tower, nave, chancel, north and south aisles and vestries.

CHURCH OF ST KATHERINE COLEMAN

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The church was built before 1346 and escaped damage by the Great Fire of 1666. Repaired in 1703, it was rebuilt in 1739 by James Horne. It was demolished 1925-6. The North wall was recorded by excavation in 1996, and found to be 12th century.

TEWKESBURY ABBEY

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Benedictine Abbey and Church of St Marys Abbey. Founded in 1102 the church was consecrated 1121, the tower was added in the second quarter of the 12th century and serious fire damage occured in 1178. Additions and alterations were carried out to the north transept in the early 13th century...

ST MARTINS CHURCH

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The remains of a disused church, 12th century with later alterations and additions. Built on the site of a Roman fort (NY 56 SW 20) with stone from Hadrians Wall. The church formerly consisted of a tower, nave and chancel; only the chancel and a porch

ABBEY CHURCH OF ST MARY SAINT SIMON AND ST BRANWALODER

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Abbey church enlarged or rebuilt in Norman times, but almost totally destroyed in a fire of 1309. The present Abbey Church was started in 1322. It was restored in 1789 and 1865. It is in use as a chapel for Milton Abbey School. Listed.