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Parish church. C12, partly rebuilt and altered in C13, restored in 1879 and vestry added in 1948. Sandstone rubble with ashlar dressings, plain tiled roofs with decorative ridge tiles. Two-bay nave...
Limestone quarries within vicinity.
Two arches, two eyes at the rear of the centre wall and a charge hole visible and infilled at the base only. There is a central buttress and two poke holes above...
C12 core, with C13 chancel & remaining base (ground stage) of former central tower. Restored in 1811/14, 1852 & mostly rebuilt 1869. Restored sections of the church consist of ashlar sandstone dres...
East facing wall, including chimney, has stone exposed.
3m high wall, extending west from the Old Vicarage for ~200m along the Woolhope Road.
Barn within Terrace Farm complex. 90% grey Woolhope limestone with additions- window frame- in brick.
Twin lime-kiln, ~2x3x6m (H,W,D), coursed rubble. Two arches and a supporting column.
Walls of calcareous silstone (Wenlock Limestone Formation)