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ST MARYS CHURCH

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Cruciform church constructed between 1285 and circa 1305. The west tower was a later additions constructed in the late 14th century. The church was restored in 1875. There is strong evidence to suggest that Chartham was a minster, created during a secondary wave of minster formation which...

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ALL SAINTS CHURCH

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Isley Walton. A Medieval chapel, extant in 1220, was repaired in 1720, rebuilt in 1819 by Joshua Harrington, and restored in 1897. Since used as a Parish church. Plan of West tower, nave, South porch, North vestry and chancel bay.

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ST MICHAELS CHURCH

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The south aisle, part of the chancel and nave are circa 1300, the main chancel and chapels circa 1500 and West tower of the 15th century. Extensively restored 1857-1862 by TH Wyatt. There is evidence in the Domesday Book that the church was a minster at that time.

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CHURCH OF ST LEODEGARIUS

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Parish church. Chancel 12th century, south arcade c.1250, south aisle and south porch c.1340, clerestory late 14th century. Restored in the 19th century, 1858-59 by Arthur Wilson. Tower rebuilt 1859-1961 by Thomas Allom.

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CHURCH OF ST ALDHELM

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An Anglican parish church constructed during the 12th century with additions dating to the 13th, 14th and 15th century and rebuilt in Decorated, Perpendicular and Early English styles by George Gilbert Scott in 1869. Construction is of rubble and ashlar with stone tile roofs.

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CHURCH OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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The site of an Anglican parish church, circa 1880, which was demolished in the late 20th century.

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ALL SAINTS CHURCH

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Saxon origins, the main church dates to a rebuild of circa 1470. Heavily restored by Benjamin Ferrey 1851-55. Six-cell plan of 3-bay chancel, 5-bay nave, north and south aisles, north and south transepts, additional North-East vestry, north and south porches, west tower with spire.

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ALL HALLOWS CHURCH

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1883. Parish Church of Bisptham consisting of an aisleless nave, West tower and South porch. The chancel has a vestry on the South side and organ chamber on the North. A church is first mentioned in 1094 when it was given to the priory of St Marys, Lancaster. In the reign of Henry III, its...

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ST MARYS CHURCH

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Designed by William Emerson between 1877-8, this French-inspired Gothic brick church with stone dressings was built on the site of a severe Greek Revival chapel erected in 1825-7 to designs by Amon Henry Wilds.

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

A 14th/15th century Parish Church, became a cathedral in 1919. Early Medieval cross shaft fragments have been incorporated into the fabric of the building. The external appearance is that of a 15th century Yorkshire Church built of gritstone.

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