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CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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Parish church. Perpendicular, extensively restored. There is a 14th century window in the vestry and the south aisle is 15th-16th century. The present tower is modern but the earlier one was apparently 13th century. Two axe- dressed stones near the tower indicate the possibility of an earl...

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH.

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Church, largely rebuilt in the 15th century, although originating as a Saxon minster. (See ST57NE7 for the history of the church). Earliest feature is a 10th century grave slab built into the tower. The nave and chancel plan are irregular, possibly reflecting pre-Conquest survival in the p...

ST MARYS CHURCH

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Late 12th-early 13th century chancel, nave, North aisle, North porch, South vestry and West tower are 13th century and 15th century. The South aisle has been destroyed but the arcade remains blocked up. The font is Transitional, richly carved, and stands in front of the tower arch. The chu...

ST MARYS AND ST JOHN THE BAPTISTS CHURCH

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13th-15th century with Norman origins; restored and chancel rebuilt in 1878. Plan of West tower, aisled nave, chancel and North porch. Rothley was a minster in the Saxon period, and the centre of a large estate, or soke.

CHURCH OF ST ANDREW

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A church constructed during the 13th century, with early 16th century additions. Its plan comprisies a chancel with an organ chamber to the north and a three bay nave with tie beam roof. The church was restored in 1868. Wickhambreaux was one of the early minsters founded in Kent before 700...

ST PETER AND ST PAULS CHURCH

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Parish church. 11th-15th century, and 17th and 18th centuries. Chancel rebuilt 1848, restoration by Butterfield 1862. Ironstone and limestone coursed rubble with limestone and ironstone dressings. Plan of West tower, aisled nave, North porch, chancel and vestry. Probable Late Saxon minster...

ST KEW

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Possible 5th-6th century monastery site dedicated to St Daw (or St Docco). Between 961-3 it was confirmed in its status as a minster by King Edgar, and was a secular college until 1283. The church was dedicated to St Docco until 1440 when it was rededicated to St Kew. The church was rebuil...

CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL

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The church of St Peter and St Paul is a building of pebble and flint rubble in the Early English and Decorated styles, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles, south porch and a low south tower. The north and south nave arcades are late 13th century, with the clerestory of quatrefoil lights bl...

CHURCH OF ST STEPHEN

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A minster was founded circa 830, and became a secular college. This was abandoned in 1126 when a new Priory (SX38NW7) was founded. The present church contains the Norman chancel of the collegiate church. The church was extended in 1419 and in the early 16th century, restored 1883 by Hine a...

ST MARYS CHURCH

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Late 13th century nave, aisles and chapel. Remodelled in the 15th century with later 15th century South porch and chancel chapel. Extensive restoration in 1872 by G Street. In 1086 Yatton church held a hide of land, which is strong evidence for it being the site of a late Saxon minster.