St Edith's Church, Church Pulverbatch; Tower and South and West Elevations
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- Place: Shropshire Archives
- System Reference: X6001/19/372B/4
- Document Reference: 6001/372/2/4
- Date: 20 May 1790
- Level: Piece
- Description: Watercolour by The Rev Edward Williams. The tower, dated 1773, isof mauve rubble-stone with Grinshill ashlar dressings. Arched Ringers' door at first floor level, with ashlar surround, approached by an open staircase with no handrail. Sundial. Bellk-openings with louvres and Y tracery. The whole crowned by a parapet, four large urns and a weathercock. Simple nave and chancel in rendered stone with c18 style rounded windows, including a large East window, all probably added when the tower was built. Small enclosed brick and timber porch and dormeer window to light a gallery. The nave and chancel were rebuilt in 1852-53 by Edward Haycock.
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- Access Status: Readers Ticket
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