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Test Valley (District Authority)
Goodworth Clatford
National Grid Reference:
SU 36615 42533


SU 34 SE GOODWORTH CLATFORD CHURCH LANE 20-12-60 3/20 Church of St. Peter


Parish church. C12, late C13, circa 1340, C15, and late C19. Norman nave now represented by arcading of 3 bays on the south side (with C13 pointed arches with dog-tooth ornament resting on scalloped caps) set at the east end against a massive recangular support (with a wider arch beyond in the position of the first chancel). These are 3 late Norman bays on the north side of the nave with moulded caps and round columns. The chancel is C13, with coupled lancets. The aisle walls and windows, of coupled cusped lights, are C15, the south side being a widening of the earlier aisle and absorbing A C13 south trasept, built originally with the chancel. The tower at the west end is of the mid C14. Vestry of the mid C19 with later northward extension, and late C19 south porch. The exterior has a single ridge to the tile roof, another ridged roof above the north aisle, and a lead sloping roof to the south aisle; the walls are of flint with stone dressings. The tower of 2 stages is of ashlar, with parapet mouldings, set-off moulding to the middle band and a plinth, with small ogee openings (coupled as a west window), and there is a shingled broach spire. Tiled and gabled porch on an open timber-frame on a stone wall. The front is C12, being a Purbeck square top with arcaded sides, on a central drum, with 4 corner shafts moulded top and bottom. There are several wall monuments of the early C19, moulded top and bottom. There are several wall monuments of the early C19, three C18 paintings of religious subjects, and Prescription boards. On either side of the north aisle (former) east window are moulded canopies and brackets for statuary, and the east side capital of the eastern columns on the north side of the nave has carved heads of the medieval period. The ceiling to the chancel has arch-braced collars, and the nave has King-post trusses.

Listing NGR: SU3639042314


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 22 Feb 2003
Reference: IOE01/06199/20
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Stuart Brighton. Source Historic England Archive
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