Church of St John Baptist Cirencester, England
Cirencester Parish Church is the largest parish church in Gloucestershire, funded by the thriving wool trade of the 13th century.
Facts & Stats on the Church of St John Baptist
- Church of St John BaptistChurch of St John the BaptistChurch of St John the Baptist and Attached Railings and GatesCirencester Church
- 319254 Go Historic1206356 Grade I listed building
- 51.717546° N, 1.967897° W
- National Grid Reference
- SP 02338 02092
SP0202 MARKET PLACE 578-1/4/253 (North side) 14/06/48 Church of St John the Baptist and attached railings and gates (Formerly Listed as: MARKET PLACE (North side) Church of St.John the Baptist) (Formerly Listed as: MARKET PLACE (North side) Church Yard railings and gates to Church Path)
Church. Chancel c1115, enlarged c1180 and 1240 with early C14 and early C15 alterations; St Catherine's Chapel originally C12 north chancel aisle altered and enlarged mid C15 and early/mid C16; Lady Chapel c1240, rebuilt mid C15; Chapel of St John the Baptist originally C12 south chancel aisle altered and enlarged mid C14; Trinity Chapel 1430; aisled nave c1120 and c1240, west end of aisles rebuilt early C14 to accommodate tower buttresses, nave rebuilt except west end of aisles 1515-1530; south porch c1490; west tower early C15...
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Resources for the Church of St John Baptist (1)
- The National Heritage List for England English Heritage.