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St Cuthberts Chapel

Building: 1305

Farm building embodying remains of medieval chapel. Origins to chapel c1165, otherwise C17 with later additions and alterations including c1860-80 grain store. Coursed sandstone with timber-framing...

Pitmaston School

Building: 1306

House, now offices. c1810, with later additions and alterations including probably mid-C19 ranges to right and left. Reddish-orange brick with red sandstone and grey ashlar dressings and slate r...

Walls and Lodge To Pitmaston House

Building: 1308

Walls, piers, gates and gate lodge. Mid C19. Coursed limestone with ashlar piers and cast-iron gates; lodge has renewed plain tile roof and 2 tall diamond stacks with stepped oversailing course a...

YMCA Hostel

Building: 1309

Orphanage; now YMCA hostel. Dated 1868; by William Watkins; extended in 1885, probably also by Watkins; 'The Wheeler Wing' on left is dated 1885. Red brick with Bath stone dressings. Gabled slate...

Worcester St Clement

Building: 1313

Church. 1822-3 by Thomas Lee junior, but also said to be to a design by an otherwise unknown Thomas Ingleman. Chancel enlarged by local architect Frederick Preedy in 1879 (ref. also St. Stephens an...

Worcester All Saints church

Building: 1315

Pre-Conquest, medieval and post-medieval parish church. Parish church. C15 first stage of tower, with earlier, probably C12 origins and probably incorporating part of the City Walls, rebuilt 1739-...

Boundary Walls South of the Cathedral Water Gate

Building: 1317

Cathedral Priory precinct wall and riverside retaining wall. Listing description refers to c.64 metre length south from Water Gate (WCM 96349), average height c.3 metres, diminishing to c.2 metres ...

Boundary Walls North of the Cathedral Water Gate

Building: 1318

Cathedral Priory precinct wall and riverside retaining wall. Listing description refers to retaining wall along 1844 towpath extending c.220 metres north from the Water Gate. Immediately north of t...

Sundial at rear of 8 College Green

Building: 1321

C15 and later. Sandstone ashlar. Octagonal plinth. A composite piece with shaped base surmounted by vase, frieze and cornice.

Remains Of Ancient Sandstone Wall Abutting No 6 On West

Building: 1322

Remains of wall, probably part of monastic building rather than a defensive structure. Considered to be C13 with several later phases of stone replacement and repairs in brickwork including C20 con...