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St Peter, Brockhall, Northamptonshire

(52°15′31″N, 1°4′26″W)
SP 633 627
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Northamptonshire
now Northamptonshire
  • Ron Baxter

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Feature Sets

The church has a nave with a 13thc. south aisle extended west alongside the tower, no clerestorey, a chancel and west tower. The 13thc. nave arcade is three bays long. In the aisle is a late-12thc. doorway under a porch. The north doorway is later and has no porch. The tower is 13thc. in its lower parts, with early 14thc. bell-openings. Construction is of stone rubble. The only Romanesque element is the plain S doorway.


William held Brockhall from the Count of Mortain in 1086. No church was noted.

Benefice of Heyford with Stowe Nine Churches and Flore with Brockhall.


Exterior Features



The doorway dates from c.1200.

N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England. Northamptonshire, Harmondsworth, 1961, rev. by B. Cherry, 1973, 127f.