You are here: Home > Details for IoE Number: 285257  

Print Page

© Mr Maxwell Newport

IoE Number: 285257
Photographer: Mr Maxwell Newport
Date Photographed: 02 September 2003
Date listed: 07 December 1966
Date of last amendment: 07 December 1966
Grade I

The Images of England website consists of images of listed buildings based on the statutory list as it was in 2001 and does not incorporate subsequent amendments to the list. For the statutory list and information on the current listed status of individual buildings please go to The National Heritage List for England.

TM 36 NWBRUISYARDCHURCH ROAD4/19Church of St. Peter-7.12.65

TM 36 NW BRUISYARD CHURCH ROAD 4/19 Church of St. Peter - 7.12.65 - I Parish church. Medieval. Nave, chancel, west tower, south chapel (now the vestry), south porch. Flint rubble, with some coursed work, stone dressings; remains of old plasterwork to nave, chancel and tower; plaintiled roofs. Circular tower, C12 or earlier, although the narrower upper part may be a later rebuilding; large C19 lancet window to east, 2-light bell chamber openings in Perpendicular style to each quarter. Nave with C12 core: to the south one C18 cross window with square leaded panes and one good early C16 3- light brick window, both square-headed; to the north is a blocked C12 doorway and a renewed broad lancet window with Y tracery. Simple gabled porch, probably C16 but much restored; good C13 nave doorway with original door. Chancel with 3-light east window in Perpendicular style, renewed early C20. Early C16 south chapel, built with material from Bruisyard nunnery: blocked 3- light windows to east and west, 3-light south window with missing tracery; all the windows are of brick with square heads. C15 arched-braced nave roof of 6 bays, with further arched bracing along the ridge supported by angels either side of the collars. C15 carved font; C18 pulpit with tester; early C17 turned altar rails, now beneath chancel arch; some C15 poppyhead bench ends in chancel ; piscina and sedilia in south sanctuary. Original stairs to rood loft. Early C17 screen to south chapel with closed panelling and upper balustrading; within the chapel is an effigy brass to Michael Hare (d.1611) and his 2 wives, the central figure missing. Graded I for surviving medieval work.

Please note that the inclusion of a listed building on this website does not mean it is open to the public.