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St Nicholas, Tackley, Oxfordshire

Parish church

This cruciform church of limestone rubble stands high above the west bank of the Cherwell, 8 miles north of Oxford. It now comprises the chancel, ...

St Mary, Tadcaster, Yorkshire, West Riding

Parish church

Tadcaster is a market town sited about 10 miles SW of York. St Mary's is a large Perp. church made in the local limestone. Aisled nave ...

St Nicholas, Tadmarton, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Tadmarton is situated 5 miles SW of Banbury in N Oxfordshire. The earliest evidence of a church is the early work remaining in the building. ...

Taghadoe

Round tower

A round tower roughly 20 m high built of poor quality limestone with some granite detailing.

St Lawrence, Tallington, Lincolnshire

Parish church

The plan of this church is rather odd in that the W tower, 14thc., does not align with the nave arcades, which are primarily of ...

St Mary, Talyllyn, Anglesey

Redundant parish church, formerly chapel of ease

The church was formerly a chapel of ease to Llanbeulan church, which stands 1½ miles to the N. St Mary's has a small medieval nave, ...

St Editha, Tamworth, Staffordshire

Parish church

Tamworth stands on the river Tame in the extreme SE of the county. The Warwickshire border is just 2 miles to the E, but until ...

St Andrew, Tangmere, Sussex

Parish church

This is a simple church with a W tower, a single-cell 12thc. nave and a 13thc. chancel. A carved window head is found on the ...

St Ethelbert, Tannington, Suffolk

Parish church

Tannington is towards the E of the county, 14 miles N of Ipswich and 4 miles NW of Framlingham. The land here is arable and ...

St Mary, Tansor, Northamptonshire

Parish church

St Mary's has an aisled nave with a clerestorey. The nave is more or less rectangular in plan, but the arcades to N and S ...

St James the Less, Tatham, Lancashire

Parish church

Tatham is a village in the Lancaster district in NE Lancashire. A small church, no division between nave and chancel except for an external buttressing ...

St Laurence, Telscombe, Sussex

Parish church

Telscombe comprises a late 12thc. W tower and a 12thc. nave and chancel, respectively having a N aisle and N chapel. The VCH describes the ...

St Cronan, Temple Cronan

Parish church

A small roofless oratory approx. 6.65 m x 3.91 m (Westropp), with gables and side walls intact. The lower walls contain large limestone blocks; the ...

Temple Finghin or McCarthy's Church, Temple Finghin, Clonmacnois

Ruined church

A nave and chancel church with an attached round tower on the S side of the chancel (nave 8.8m x 4.39m; chancel 2.6m x 2.6m; ...

Temple Hirst, Yorkshire, West Riding

Former Preceptory of Knights Templars

Temple Hirst is a village in the Selby district of North Yorkshire.  The preceptory of the Knights Templars at Temple Hirst was founded around 1152 ...

Templepeter

Church (ruin)

The church is a plain rectangular structure (13.2 m x 7 m). The W gable and S wall have been largely rebuilt. No doors or ...

St Mary, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire

Parish church

The church was extensively restored in 1865 but contains medieval features, including a 12thc. W tower. Romanesque sculpture is found in the three windows of ...

Termonfechin

Church of Ireland church and graveyard

The site of an early monastery reputedly founded by St Fechin of Fore in 655. The site is currently occupied by a modern Church of ...

Termon (Templecrone Old Church)

Church (ruin)

A rectangular, rubble built church (c.13.20 m x c.5.50 m internally) with a later cross wall at the W end. The N and S walls ...

St Peter, Terwick, Sussex

Parish church

The 12thc. church is composed of a single-cell nave and square chancel. It has a plain W doorway and a plain font.