Listed Building: LYCHGATE TO SOUTH OF THE CHURCH OF ST MICHAEL (1334518)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 468, 3, 52
Date assigned Thursday, August 22, 1985
Date last amended

Description

Lychgate. c1863. Sandstone and timber with slate roof topped by crested ridge tiles and with two Celtic ridge crosses. To either side, ashlar walls with double gates between, each with a panel below, and three open pointed arches above. On top of the walls are arcades of pointed open arches and to either end are cruck trusses which support the roof, that to south inscribed 'Thou art a place to hide me in'. Included for group value only. Listing NGR: SK2374534209

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Grid reference SK 23745 34209 (point)
Map sheet SK23SW

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Jun 7 2010 1:36PM

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