List grade: 1
List number: 1137108
Post code: CA5 6JB
Grid ref: NY3052256463

Church of St Peter, Kirkbampton


St Peter's Church in Kirkbampton dates from the 12th century, with major restorations in 1870-1 and 1882.[1] The church retains it's original Saxon-style chancel arch and north doorway, and is notable for it's a sculptured tympanum above the north doorway. An engraved Roman stone was ound in the church walls during restoration work in the 1870s. It is thought to be stone taken from the nearby Hadrian’s Wall.[2] The Church is a Grade I listed building.

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St Peter's Church, Kirkbampton

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St Peter's Church, Kirkbampton - Norman chancel arch

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St Peter's Church, Kirkbampton

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CHURCH OF ST PETER - Kirkbampton - List Entry
- "Church. C12, restored 1870-71 and again in 1882 dated on rainwater heads. Squared and coursed red and calciferous sandstone (some from the nearby Roman Wall); graduated greenslate roof with coped ...

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St Peter's Church, Kirkbampton - Victorian floor tiles

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St. Peter's Church, Kirkbampton - lepers' squint and aumbry

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St Peter's Church - Kirkbampton

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War Memorial, Kirkbampton
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War Memorial, Kirkbampton
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Kirkbampton is located in the churchyard of St Peter's Church. The memorial was unveiled on the 12th of September 1920 and dedicated by Canon ...

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