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IoE Number: 91288
Photographer: Dr Barbara Hilton
Date Photographed: 19 May 2004
Date listed: 19 June 1989
Date of last amendment: 19 June 1989
Grade II

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WOOLFARDISWORTHY BUCKS MILLS SS 32 SE 5/219 Church of St Anne - - II Church. Built for the formation of an ecclesiastical parish in 1862 by Mrs Elwes. Stone rubble walls. Gable-ended slate roof. Conical roof to tower. Plan: rectangular plan of nave and chancel with tower projecting on north side and porch on south side. Tower restored 1887. Built in Decorated style. Exterior: simple 1 and 2-light Decorated style windows, 2 on north side and 4 on south side. 2 2-light windows at west end with rose window above. East end has more elaborate 3-light window. Tower projects on north side of chancel/nave division, it is slate hung on its top stage and has 2 2-centred arched doorways on its east side, one on the 1st floor level. Gabled south porch has 2-centred moulded outer and inner arches. The chancel is lower than the nave. Interior: moulded chancel arch. Carved stone pulpit reached by doorway from tower. Arch-braced roof structure of which alternate trusses are raised crucks standing on stone corbels. Simple panelled bench ends.

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