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IoE Number: 270121
Photographer: Mr Michael Perry
Date Photographed: 04 February 2004
Date listed: 25 February 1955
Date of last amendment: 25 February 1955
Grade II

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ST13SWTOLLAND CP2/45Church of St John the Baptist25.2.55

ST13SW TOLLAND CP 2/45 Church of St John the Baptist 25.2.55 GV II Church. C13, remodelled 1871 by C.E. Giles. Red sandstone rubble masonry with Ham stone dressings, tower rendered on lower stage, tiled roofs with ridge tiles. 3 bay nave with North aisle and vestry, South porch, West tower, rood stair turret South side. 2 stage C13 tower with crenellated parapet and angled buttresses, small lancet window South side, West side 2 light plate tracery window, late C19 as are the 3 light South and East windows, latter with small inserted rose window, and 2 light window in vestry and at West end of aisle, Interior: rendered. 3 bay arcade with C13 octagonal piers, moulded capitals (one renewed) and double chamfered arches. Round font on pedestal. Altar rails are a low stone screen, like the pulpit and other fittings Circa 1871. Backs of 2 end pews incorporate C15 carving from earlier pews. East window by C.E. Kempe, 1911.

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