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St Margaret's Tower, Staveley


St Margaret's Tower is a prominent landmark on Main Street in Staveley-in-Westmorland. The tower is all that remains of the former St Margaret’s Chapel which was founded in 1338.[1] The building was modified over time but retains some Anglo-Saxon feartures. St James’ Church replaced St Margaret's in 1864. St Margaret's Tower is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Staveley-in-Westmorland Grade II* Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Over Staveley Civil Parish Former Church
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St Margaret's Tower, Staveley

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St Margaret's Tower

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St Margaret's Tower

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St Margaret's Church, Tower

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TOWER OF CHAPEL OF ST MARGARET - Stavelely, Cumbria - List Entry
- "Tower only (Church demolished 1865). Said to have been founded in 1388. Probably late C14 or early C15 with later alterations. Rubble with limestone dressings; C20 limestone pinnacles and coping ...

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Staveley – St Margaret’s Church Tower
- "...In 1338 the lord of the manor of staveley, Sir William Thweng, agreed to build a chapel in honour of St Margaret. St Margaret’s Church, of which only the ...

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The tower of the former St Margaret's Church, Staveley

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Clear blue sky at 7PM :-) #staveley #cumbria

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List number: 1086550
List grade: 2*
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD4713698176

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