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IoE Number: 132437
Location: CHURCH OF ST PETER AND FRONT WALL WITH PIERS AND RAILINGS,
  FRETHERNE WITH SAUL, STROUD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Photographer: Bob Train
Date Photographed: 03 November 2001
Date listed: 09 December 1986
Date of last amendment: 09 December 1986
Grade II

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FRETHERNE WITH SAULUPPER FRAMILODESO 71 SE3/178Church of St. Peter and frontwall with piers and railingsII

FRETHERNE WITH SAUL UPPER FRAMILODE SO 71 SE 3/178 Church of St. Peter and front wall with piers and railings II Small Anglican church. 1854 by Francis Niblett. Marlstone with ashlar dressings, decorative tile roof with coped verges and cross finials. Nave with apsidal chancel and small south vestry, and north porch rising to tower. Romanesque Italianate style. Five bays to main part with single round-headed lights all round, and shallow stepped buttresses between. Tower has small angle buttresses to part of lower stage, and single offset to upper stage with 2 tall louvred belfry lights; sprocketed pyramidal roof with corbel table. Porch has plain round-headed moulded archway with single slit lancet over. Large 2-light west window with chevron moulding. Interior: 5-bay nave with reverse arch-braced collar beam trusses, stencilled and painted ceiling and apse. All original fittings. Four cylindrical stone gatepiers on north side with inner 2 opposite north porch, with plain moulded bases and capitals and conical caps. Trefoil headed tall railings between set into coped shallow ashlar wall and with intermediate urn-like finials approximately every 2-3m. Railings rise between inner piers to form curved-headed double gates. Total length about 40m.

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