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© Mr David March

IoE Number: 204240
Photographer: Mr David March
Date Photographed: 02 September 1999
Date listed: 27 March 1981
Date of last amendment: 27 March 1981
Grade II

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GIPSY HILL SE191. (west side)5023Christ Church

GIPSY HILL SE19 1. (west side) 5023 Christ Church TQ 3370 42/396 II 2. 1867 by John Giles. Nave, aisles, short apsidal chancel. Kentish ragstone in crazy paving pattern with freestone dressings. French C13 style with plate tracery and flat buttresses. In 1889 vestry, porch and north-west tower added. Tower of 4 stages with short, pyramidal slated spire and angle turrets. Long, paired bell-openings below. Six-bay nave has polished grey granite columns with foliated capitals. Similar short, attached columns form corbels of roof and chancel arch; long red granite shafts support ribs of apse. Plastered walls and handsome timber roofs. Modern chancel panelling and choir stalls. Some interesting glass in south aisle.

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