Listed Building: ST MARY'S CHURCH (1335265)

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Grade II*
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 183, 7, 41
Date assigned Wednesday, September 13, 1967
Date last amended


Church. Mid C18. Coursed limestone with sandstone dressings. West tower, nave and chancel in one. West tower, plain lower stage with slit staircase windows to north and south. West porch with flat hood and two Tuscan columns. Doorway with semi-circular moulded arch with projecting keystone and imposts. Six panelled, raised and fielded double doors. Shallow bell stage, divided by a string band. Angle quoins and an elongated circular bell opening to each face. Cornice above. Octagonal dome surmounted by a stone lantern. Nave and chancel with quoins and cornice. North and south elevations each with three round-arched windows with raised stone surrounds, imposts and keystones. Similar east window. Plain interior altered in the C19. West gallery with panelled front, on two slender iron columns. No division between the nave and chancel. Panelled dado. Several C19 brasses on the north wall, to members of the Goodwin family. One to Francis Goodwin 1808-1895 and one to Richard Goodwin-Gladwin 1895, signed by James Hardman & Co of Birmingham. Stained glass in the east window 1926 by A J Davies of the Bromsgrove Guild. Painted organ case.

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Grid reference SK 16593 48039 (point)
Map sheet SK14NE

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Jan 21 2011 1:59PM

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