List number: 1336007
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY0517419835

Lych Gate to St Michael's Church, Arlecdon


At the west entrance to St Michael's Church in Arlecdon is a lych gate and substantial castellated wall with parapet and drinking trough. These were built c.1903[1], around the same time as when the church was remodelled and had it's tower built. The lych gate and wall are Grade II listed.
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Arlecdon Church

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Arlecdon Church

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St Michael's church entrance parapet

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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LYCH GATE AND CHURCHYARD WALL, INCORPORATING DRINKING TROUGH AND BELVEDERE, TO WEST OF ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH
- "Lych gate and wall, c1903. Low ashlar wall c3 ft high. Splayed wooden superstructure to gate stands on battered ashlar plinths with integral stone benches to their inner returns; woodwork ...

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