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IoE Number: 285895
Location: CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS, THE STREET (east side)
Photographer: Mr Derek Routen
Date Photographed: 30 June 2001
Date listed: 07 December 1966
Date of last amendment: 07 December 1966
Grade I

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TM 35 NWHACHESTONTHE STREET(east side)7/123Church of All7.12.66Saints

TM 35 NW HACHESTON THE STREET (east side) 7/123 Church of All 7.12.66 Saints GV I Parish church. Medieval, restored mid and late C19. Nave, chancel, south aisle, west tower, north porch (now the vestry). Random flint rubble,stone dressings; the nave, chancel and aisle rendered; slated roof to nave, plaintiled roof to chancel. C14 tower: 2 diagonal buttresses with niches at base, flat parapet; west doorway, 2-light west window, 2-light bell chamber openings. North nave with 2 C15 square-headed 2-light windows; C15 porch (blocked), C12 north doorway. Late C15/early C16 4-bay south aisle: 3-light windows, doorway to west bay. Part of chancel has C12 core, extended to east in late C13 or early C14; to the north one lancet window and one C15 square-headed 2-light window, to the south 2 similar square-headed windows and Priest's doorway; C15 3-light east window. 4-bay aisle arcade. Good C15 6-bay single hammerbeam nave roof with moulded wall plate and carved cornice, the wall posts and their braces missing on the south side; 4-bay aisle roof with carved wall posts and bosses. C15 octagonal font, C17 cover; poppyhead benches in nave and aisle: about half are C15, the remainder C19 copies; west gallery in tower arch; in north west nave is part of the dado of the C15 rood screen comprising 10 painted panels (in poor condition); the rood beam remains in position together with the framework for the tympanum. Early C17 pulpit. On south wall of aisle is a late C14 fragment of an alabaster carving showing the Incredulity of St. Thomas. South chancel with C13 angle piscina and sedilia; one hatchment on north chancel wall. Graded I for surviving medieval work.

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