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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. ...

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 ...

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.

St Mary, Thakeham, Sussex

Parish church

The church has a single-cell nave of 12thc. origin, to which have been added 13thc. transepts and chancel, and a Perp. W Tower. The nave ...

St Mary, Thame, Oxfordshire

Parish church

Thame is a market town 15 miles NE of Oxford. The earliest parts of the present church date from the early C13th, with a chancel ...