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© Rev Andrew Salmon

IoE Number: 87765
Location: CHURCH OF ST ANDREW, CHURCH STREET
  CHARDSTOCK, EAST DEVON, DEVON
Photographer: Rev Andrew Salmon
Date Photographed: 22 August 2006
Date listed: 08 May 1967
Date of last amendment: 08 May 1967
Grade II

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ST 3004CHARDSTOCKCHURCH STREET19/81CHARDSTOCK8.5.67Church of St AndrewGV

ST 3004 CHARDSTOCK CHURCH STREET 19/81 CHARDSTOCK 8.5.67 Church of St Andrew GV II Parish church. Built in 1864 but retaining C15 south aisle, south porch and south transept. Coursed stone with freestone dressings and concrete tile and lead roofs. The C15 south aisle and porch have embattled parapets and straight headed windows, the gabled south transept has perpendicular panel traceried windows. The remainder of the church was rebuilt in 1864 by J M Allen in Early English style; comprising: nave, chancel, north aisle, north transept, north chapel, south vestry, north porch and west tower. The windows are largely Early English style with geometric tracery. The chancel and vestry have lancets and some plate tracery. Small bellcote over east gable of nave. West tower in three stages with diagonal buttresses and pierced parapet, Early English style bell openings and polygonal north stair turret. Interior: entirely of 1864. Four bay north and south arcades. North chapel arcade has detached marble shafts and the east window has nook shafts. Nave roof has arched braces on small hammer beams, supported on carved angel corbels. 1864 furnishings intact including: font, wrought iron pulpit and screen, reredos, benches and tiled floors etc. Another pulpit, Jacobean and polygonal.

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