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Kington St Mary the Virgin Church

Building: 12

Parish church. c1300, much altered. Sandstone rubble; plain tile roof with shingles to spire. Nave, north and south aisles (c1300), chancel (rebuilt early C14), Decorated south chapel (c1320), sout...

St Giles, Pipe Aston

Building: 158

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...

Baptist Church, Abbey Road

Building: 731

1893/94, Decorated-style, brick, clad with rock-faced stone, apsed east end , pseudo-transepts, south west tower with recessed spire Sandstone

Abberley Primary School

Building: 941

Early Decorated style, with banded tile roof and plate-traceried end windows, two phases of additions, new entracne and library area in stone, new classrooms and head teacher's office in stone colo...

St Michael, Abberley

Building: 950

C12th built on site of Saxon Chapel. C13th extension to create lobby, altar and south aisle. Roof raised C14th then lowered C16th. In poor condition by C19th, so St Mary's built as replacement and ...

St Leonard, Ribbesford

Building: 1095

12th Century Norman church enlarged in 15th Century. The small timber porch on N.wall was added in 1633. The north aisle, arcade and chancel all rebuilt after the church was struck by lightning i...

Bewdley Bridge

Building: 1121

Severn Bridge. Designed by Thomas Telford, 1797-99, including flanking arches and balustrade. Ashlar and cast iron. Balustrades on river part are of stone, cast iron on land. South front: three seg...

Pensax & Stockton War Memorial

Building: 5656

In 1919, Pensax Parish Council recorded that 'There will not be a War Memorial in Pensax because the village is too poor'. Circular stepped concrete base, blue brick edging, stack of 4 large basalt...

Temperance Drinking Fountain Malvern Link

Building: 6904

1900. A stone drinking fountain by W. Forsyth
erected by Members and Friends of the British Womens Temperance Association

Kington Bank House

Building: 6949

Former bank. Ornate frontage using a mixture of local stone and stone brought from a distance.