Search Results for: :

St Bartholomew, Tardebigge

Building: 2119

Built 1776/77 in replacement of Norman Church, whose spire had collapsed on 3rd September 1775. Rebuild re-used stone from the original church. Chancel replaced1878/79. Ashlar with tile & copper r...

Warehouse & attached Wharfingers Cottage

Building: 5372

Early C19, mid C19 alterations, sandstone ashlar, low pitched slate roof. Now workshops

Cattespool

Building: 5648

c.1640, H-plan, timber-framed, rendered infill on sandstone plinth, extended later C17 in ashlar, tiled roof.
Some C20 restoration.

Garden Walls to south of Cattespool

Building: 5649

Late C17, sandstone ashlar, plain wall on chamfered plinth, triangular section coping, gateway with square piers.

The Dusthouse

Building: 5650

C16 with mid-C18 & mid-C19 alterations, timber-framed on sandstone ashlar ground floor, clad in brick, tiled roof. Restored 1970s.

Old Hewell Grange

Building: 5651

1712, remodelled 1815, rendered roofless following a firework display & part demolished 1889. Sandstone ashlar & brick.

Hewell Grange

Building: 5652

Country house Jacobethan-style, based on Montacute House (Somerset), used by US army in World War II, has been in institutional use since 1946, now a Youth Custody Centre. Built 1884 - 1891 by G F ...

South Portal, Tardebigge Tunnel

Building: 5657

Worcester & Birmingham Canal, 1800, some mid-C19 repairs, Sandstone ashlar, retaining wall over semi-circular arch with keystone, blue brick to arch corners & brick repairs

Garden Wall to south & east of The Dusthouse

Building: 5658

Late C17, sandstone ashlar, plain wall with triangular section coping

Churchyard Cross to south of St Bartholomew’s Church, Tardebigge

Building: 5659

Steps & base of C15 cross, shaft & head added in memory of Harriet, Baroness Windsor died 1869. Ashlar, square base, quatrefoil pedestal, octagonal shaft, Maltese cross head