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St Mary, Clifford

Building: 9

Parish church. C12, c.1300 and C18, restored 1839 and 1888. The 1888 work by Ewan Christian. Sandstone rubble with some tufa, tile roof. Chancel and nave c1300, west tower C18, north aisle, north p...

St John the Baptist, Letton

Building: 25

Part of N wall of nave C11/C12. Mid C12 church reconstructed, nave widened & perhaps lengthened, chancel added or rebuilt. Late C13 chancel lengthened. S transept added c.1330 & N tower added some ...

St Faith, Dorstone

Building: 34

Rebuilt in 1889, the tower was later shortened to almost level with the ridge of the roof. It is built of grey-green to brown rusticated stone and incorporates the 13thC tufa chancel arch and som...

St Andrew, Bredwardine

Building: 38

Local sandstone, dressings of same material and of white tufa, roofs tiled. Nave built late C11 and church at that period possibly included a central tower and chancel beyond it. This indicated by...

St Michael & All Angels, Moccas

Building: 42

Mid-C12, some C14 alterations, restored 1870/71. It is a three-celled, aisleless apsidal building. The walls are of calcareous tufa with some grey & red sandstone dressings under a graduated stone ...

St John the Baptist & St Alkmund, Aymestrey

Building: 111

Parish church. C12, extended mid-C14 and late C14, rebuilt early C16 and restored 1884-6. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings and tile roofs. C14 west tower, C16 nave and aisles, C12 chancel.

St Mary the Virgin, Ross-on-Wye

Building: 253

Most of the present church was built between about 1280 and its dedication in 1316, partly of older materials. By the middle of the fourteenth century the East end had been extended and the tower, ...

St Michael, Knighton on Teme

Building: 500

Parish church. Mostly 12th century, early 13th century extension, and C15 alterations; restored mid-C19 with further alterations in 1959 by Godwin and Greenway. Sandstone rubble and tufa with sands...

SS Peter & Paul, Eastham

Building: 522

Parish church. 12th century nave, with C14 and C15 alterations, partly rebuilt 1825, brick west tower 1830 and restored in 1864 and 1889. Part tufa faced with sandstone ashlar internally and sands...

All Saints, Hanley William

Building: 537

Parish church. 12th century, nave extended west in early 13th century, restored 1866, with further alterations in 1904. Old red sandstone rubble and tufa with old red sandstone ashlar dressings, pl...