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St Paul, Caton, Lancashire

Parish church, formerly chapel

Caton church, in the settlement of Brookhouse, is typical for North Lancashire in that the only medieval part of its structure is the Perpendicular west ...

St Michael, Catwick, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

W tower is Perpendicular, the rest rebuilt in 1862-3 using old materials, for example, in windows and chancel arch (Pevsner & Neave, 1995, 383). Cobble with ...

Catwick (Main Street), Catwick, Yorkshire, East Riding

Private house, boundary wall.

In a boundary wall on the main road through the village there are two reused engaged columns with scallop capitals, in a very worn state. ...

St Peter, Caversham, Berkshire

Parish church

A large flint and ashlar church with an aisled nave, the aisles extending some way along the chancel. The S aisle is an addition of ...

Caversham Court, Caversham, Berkshire

Public park

Of the buildings of Caversham Court only the stables and a garden house remain. The site is now a public garden on the N side ...

All Saints, Cawood, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Cawood is a former market town about 10 miles S of York in the Selby district of North Yorkshire.  The church is well-placed above the ...

St Mary, Caynham, Shropshire

Parish church

The village of Caynham lies 2.5 miles SE of Ludlow in Shropshire.  The church of St Mary has a 19thc nave and N aisle with ...

St Peter and St Paul, Chacombe, Northamptonshire

Parish church

The church has a W tower, aisled and clerestoreyed nave and chancel. The tower has three storeys and a battlemented parapet with diagonal buttresses and ...

St Cassian, Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire

Parish church

The church, of sandstone ashlar, consists of an aisled nave, a chancel with a NE chapel, and an 18thc. W tower, which incorporates the entrance. ...

St Andrew, Chaddleworth, Berkshire

Parish church

Integral 12thc. single nave and chancel with 13thc. tower. To this, G.E. Street added a brick chancel higher than the nave in 1851. Two chapels ...

St Nicholas, Chadlington, Oxfordshire

Parish church

The village of Chadlington is situated in rolling countryside overlooking the Evenlode valley to the NW of the county, 3 miles S of Chipping Norton. ...

All Saints, Chadshunt, Warwickshire

Redundant parish church

This redundant church has a simple, 17thc. W tower, and a Georgian chancel and N chapel. The nave is 12thc. with later windows. 12thc. sculpture ...

St Mary, Chadwell, Essex

Parish church

Chadwell St Mary is a parish in the Unitary Authority of Thurrock, a mile to the N of Tilbury and 2 miles E of Grays. ...

St Michael, Chaffcombe, Somerset

Parish church

Chaffcombe is a village in the district of South Somerset, 1.7 miles E of Chard and 3 miles N of the Dorset border. The village ...

St Giles, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire

Parish church

Chalfont St Giles is a small town in S Buckinghamshire, 3 miles S of Amersham. Its position on the Metropolitan line makes it a popular ...

St Bartholomew, Chalvington, Sussex

Parish church

Chalvington has a single nave with a bell-turret over the W end, opposing N and S doorways (N doorway now blocked), and a two-bay chancel. ...

St Mary the Virgin, Charlbury, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Charlbury is a large village in NW Oxfordshire, 6 miles S of Chipping Norton. There was originally a smaller Romanesque church on this site. It ...

Charleston Manor, West Dean, Sussex

Manor house

Charleston Manor is situated 0.6 miles NW of West Dean church (qv). The earliest datable feature in the W range is a late Norman window, ...

St John the Baptist, Charlton, Wiltshire

Parish church

The nave of the church has 4 bays of early 13th-century N arcade with double chamfered round arches. It has circular piers with octagonal, chamfered ...

St Peter, Charlton Adam, Somerset

Parish church

Charlton Adam is one of a pair of villages (the other being Charlton Mackrell) lying some 3 miles E of Somerton on the N bank ...