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IoE Number: 54720
Photographer: Mr JM Webber ARPS
Date Photographed: 17 August 1999
Date listed: 28 January 1958
Date of last amendment: 28 January 1958
Grade II*

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TL 17 NWBARHAM AND WOOLLEYBARHAM7/1Parish Church of28.1.58St Giles

TL 17 NW BARHAM AND WOOLLEY BARHAM 7/1 Parish Church of 28.1.58 St Giles GV II* Parish church. Late C12 nave and north aisle, chancel and chancel arch c.1300, nave windows C14; restoration c.1850 when porch, north wall of aisle were rebuilt and bellcote added to west gable; west wall and porch rebuilt c.1905 and chancel restored in 1905. Walls of pebble rubble with stone dressings and reused ashlar. Roofs of plain tiles. South elevation: Gable parapets to nave, south porch reconstructed in c.1850 with a two-centred arch of two continuous chamfered orders; south doorway C12 reset with chevron moulded two-centred arch with octagonal shafted jambs each with scalloped capitals and moulded bases, two C14 windows to south wall of three and two lights with C16 head and sunk spandrels. Chancel with two similar windows with Y-tracery in a two-centred head. Interior: Nave arcade of three bays with semi circular arches of two chamfered orders with circular columns, plain capitals (one with water leaf carving) with square abaci; moulded bases with spurs. Chancel arch c.1300, two-centred of two chamfered orders on similar responds with chamfered imposts. Font, C13 with plain circular bowl on rectangular central shaft with chamfered angles and three smaller shafts with moulded capitals and bases. C17 communion table and seats. RCHM: Huntingdonshire p16 VCM: Huntingdonshire pll Pevsner: Buildings of England p207

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