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

Names
Church of St Peter
Great Haseley Church
IDs
319023 Go Historic
1047529 Grade I listed building
National Grid Reference
SP 64431 01695

Listed Building Description of Great Haseley Church

GREAT HASELEY GREAT HASELEY SP60SW 5/4 Church of St. Peter 18/07/63

GV I

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

  1. The National Heritage List for England English Heritage.