CHURCH OF ST BARTHOLOMEW - Whittingham - List Entry

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    "|Parish church. Saxon, C12 and C13 remains. Chancel rebuilt c.1725. Extensively rebuilt 1840 by John Green for the Rev. Goodenough. Chancel extended and gothicized 1871 by F.R. Wilson. Vestry added 1906. Squared stone and ashlar. Welsh slate roof. South porch has stone slate roof. West tower, 3-bay nave with aisles, south porch, -transepts, chancel and north vestry. Lower stage of tower and west end of nave are Saxon with clear long-and-short quoins. Upper part of tower demolished 1840 and replaced in battlemented Early- English style. Lower part of aisle walls have C12 or C13 masonry. C14 window with cusped head in west end of south aisle. One north aisle window with intersecting tracery is partly original C14. Other windows, in similar style of 1840......"
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    Historic England
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