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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.

Manor Farm, Leinthall Earls

Building: 122

Farmhouse. Early C17, restored late C20 and used as garage. Timber-frame with rendered infill on coursed rubble ground floor, all under a machine tile roof. Main range of four bays aligned east/wes...

Court Farm (barn)

Building: 129

North wall of former barn (rest of building has been demolished).

Gatley Park Office

Building: 133

Modern stone-faced structure. Built for constituency work (for Philip Dunne MP for South Shropshire).

Gatley Park East Lodge Privy

Building: 135

Stone out house.

Gatley Park East Lodge

Building: 136

Lodge, probably 16th Century and extended in 20th Century.
Jim Tonkins (Woolhope Club) descibes it as "oldest lodge building in Herefordshire", so dates from at least Civil War (1637), if not ear...

Gatley Park Folly

Building: 137

House. 1961-64 by Raymond Erith for Mrs Victor Willis. Extended 1973-76 by Erith. Rubble stone with mixed ashlar and rendered dressings, stone tile domed roof. Elliptical plan on three storeys with...

Left Bank, Hereford

Building: 290

Faced with Jurassic ooilitic limestone, Bath Stone with a footing of fine grey limestone. Roofed in copper.
The building's architects say "The site for this development is as sensitive as could be...

The Old Post Office, Hereford

Building: 294

Fine gabled Jacobean style with round-arched entrance and small angle turret. Built of fine grey ashlar blocks with granite steps. Steps of Cornish "Giant Granite" with large phenocrysts of feldspar

Nat West Bank, Hereford

Building: 296

Three storey ashlar palazzo
with facing, pillars and moldings in buff limestone, presumably Cotswold. Ground floor with rusticated flanking porches, pedimented first floor and top balustrade.