Great Haseley Church Great Haseley, England
This fine parish church in Oxfordshire is exceptionally large for the size of its village. It has features ranging in date from about 1200 to 1400.
Facts & Stats on Great Haseley Church
- Church of St PeterGreat Haseley Church
- 319023 Go Historic1047529 Grade I listed building
- 51.710292° N, 1.068892° W
- National Grid Reference
- SP 64431 01695
GREAT HASELEY GREAT HASELEY SP60SW 5/4 Church of St. Peter 18/07/63
Church. c.1200, c.1300, early C14 and C15. Chancel restored 1897 by Thomas Garner. Coursed limestone rubble with ashlar dressings; plain-tile and copper roofs. Four-bay aisled nave with chancel, west tower, south porch and chapel to north of chancel. Early-Decorated chancel has three 2-light traceried windows each side between deep buttresses, and east window of 5 lights with a rose in the tracery, probably renewed. Steeply-pitched roof rises above nave and aisles. North chapel in plain Perpendicular style with a 3-light east window. South aisle has frequent buttresses, a 3-light Decorated east window and two 3-light windows of uncusped tracery east of the porch. West of the porch and in the west wall are 3-light Perpendicular windows...
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Resources for Great Haseley Church
- The National Heritage List for England English Heritage.