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The village and church are located on a steep cliff above the River Severn on the E bank. The chancel and the window on its N wall are 12thc, as ...
Quatt is a small village in the Severn valley on its E bank, 4 miles SE of Bridgnorth. The church stands in the village centre. ...
Built of rubble throughout with squared stone dressings. Nave and chancel and W tower. Restoration, including saddleback top of tower by Scott in 1885. 12thc. ...
Quenington is a village about nine miles E of Cirencester on the W bank of the River Coln. The church lies to the S of ...
These architectural fragments had been reused in the walls of a barn and were discovered when the building was demolished. They are now located in the ...
The church consists of an early 14thc chancel, a nave with just a S aisle and, at the western end, a Romanesque round tower which rises ...
Church consisting of nave with early 12thc. S arcade of two bays and late 12thc. N arcade of three bays. 13thc. chancel, N and S ...
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