Chilbolton,  Hampshire  -  St Mary's Church
12th-14th centuries

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Notes in italics from Hampshire and the Isle of Wight by Nikolaus Pevsner and David Lloyd (1967)
Yale University Press, New Haven and London.

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The church started as an aisleless Norman building ... C13 chancel  (see the narrow lancet windows in top pictures) ... Victorian W tower.

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The aisles early C14. The arcades are of two bays only and standard elements. The chancel arch fits the arcades better than it fits the chancel lancets.
The church was locked at the time of the visit and these two photographs were taken through the nave windows.)


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