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ST GEORGES CHURCH

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Round towered church with nave, chancel and North porch. Goode dates the church to the late Saxon period, possibly 950-1000. The church is a simple plan of West tower, nave with inserted Perpendicular windows, and timber porch. The tower possibly dates to the 12th or 13th cenrury and was h...

ST SWITHINS CHURCH

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Parish church consisting of a round west tower, nave, chancel, south porch and north vestry (noe demolished). Built of flint with ashlar dressings, the chancel roof is of black glazed pantiles and the remainder are of slate. The original church is of Saxon, Saxo-Norman or early Norman orig...

ST CARANTOCS CHURCH

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The 12th to 15th Century church, stands on the site of a Pre-conquest church, which may have been founded as early as the 6th century. The tower collapsed in 1412 and was rebuilt. The church was restored in the 18th Century and later in 1902-7. A stone, which was part of a 16th Century mil...

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH

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The tower was added to a pre-existing church. The lower stage of the three-stage round tower is not later than the 11th century, circa 950-1000 AD, the nave is probably 11th century and the chancel is 14th century.

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Parish church. 10th century tower, heightened in early 11th century, repaired, reroofed and embattled circa 1411; late 11th century nave with mid 12th century north arcade and north aisle; early 13th century chancel extended circa 1300; mid 14th century south aisle and chancel north chapel...

ST MARYS CHURCH

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Pre-Conquest church, now used as the Woodhorn Church Museum. The nave, and perhaps the West tower, are pre-Conquest. The North aisle is early 12th century, the South aisle mid 12th century. The East arcade arches and the chancel arch are 13th century. The external walls, except the West en...

CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL

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Late 12th or 13th century church with 14th and 15th century alterations, restored in the 19th and 20th centuries. The church consists of nave and side aisles, a cross aisle complete, western tower, chancel, north and south porches. There is strong evidence that Yalding was a minster create...

ALL SAINTS CHURCH

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Early and late 14th century and 15th century, altered in 1638 and 1869, and restored in 1876 by Giles Gilbert Scott. Plan of West tower, aisled nave, North porch and chapel. The South vestry was added in 1903 by WD Caroe. Hollingbourne was one of the early minsters founded in Kent before 7...

CHURCH OF ST BRIDE

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St Bride is dedicated to a sixth century Irish saint, St Bridget, and it is possible that this is the first place in the capital where Christ was worshipped. Following bomb damage in 1940, Professor W F Grimes undertook excavation of the church and found evidence that the history of the si...

CHURCH OF ST ALBAN WOOD STREET

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

St Albans is documeted as early as circa 1085, but excavation in 1962 revealed remains probably of an even earlier church. This has a west tower, rectangular nave and square-ended chancel, the latter parts butt-jointed but of similar construction and probably conceived as a whole. While no...