© John Melling
CHURCH OF ST PETER THE POOR FISHERMAN,
NEWTON AND NOSS, SOUTH HAMS, DEVON
02 June 2002
19 July 1984
Date of last amendment:
19 July 1984
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SX 54 NE NEWTON AND NOSS REVELSTOKE
Church of St Peter the
Redundant church. Circa C13 early C14 and C15. Slate rubble with granite
dressings. Slate roofs. Comprising:- nave, chancel, south aisle, north transept,
south porch and north west tower.
Roofless nave with Perpendicular three-light north window and round-arched north
doorway. West gable end of nave has two-light blocked triangular-headed window and
small round-headed window below flanked by buttresses with set offs.
Chancel has three-light east window with rectilinear tracery. North transept has
two-light window with crude C14 granite tracery.
Long south aisle has C15 moulded four-centred arch three-light windows with
four-centred arch lights, Perpendicular three-light east window and two-light west
window. Moulded two-centred arch south doorway. Gabled south porch with round arch
with impost mouldings and carved unceiled wagon roof.
Gabled tower at west end of north side of nave, with round-headed bell-openings with
slate louvres, the lower east window has carved jamb which may be part of a Saxon
cross shaft. Interior: four bay south arcade with wide double hollow-chamfered
four-centred arches monolithic granite piers with alternating shafts and hollows and
with moulded bases and similar capitals. South aisle has unceiled carved wagon roof.