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IoE Number: 33193
Photographer: Michael Bass
Date Photographed: 17 September 2001
Date listed: 19 May 1983
Date of last amendment: 19 May 1983
Grade II*

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CHURCH ROAD5121WorleChurch of Saint MartinST 3562 NW 6/70II*

CHURCH ROAD 1. 5121 Worle Church of Saint Martin ST 3562 NW 6/70 II* 2. Norman origins but mostly Perpendicular. Rubble. Freestone dressings. Tiled roof. Four bay nave and North aisle. West tower. Chancel with C19 north chapel. South porch. Tower: 3 stages with angle buttresses. West doorway with fine carving - fleurons, head stops to hood mould. Pierced parapet with quatre foils in lozenges. Higher stair turret to south-east. Small, ribbed, stout spire. North aisle, with same parapet as spire, and rood stair tower surmounted by spirelet on arcaded drum. C19 2 bay extension of north aisle in North chapel. Interior: 4 bay nave, 2 bay chancel, lofty chancel arch; Norman octagonal font. Finely carved Perpendicular pulpit. South stalls with misericords, 2 with initials of Richard Sprynge (Prior of Woodspring and Vicar of Worle, 1499-1516). In the graveyard, 5 yds from south door, 18 ins high stump dated 1664.

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