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Garrison Church of St Michael and St George

A Grade II Listed Building in Aldershot, Hampshire

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Latitude: 51.2599 / 51°15'35"N

Longitude: -0.7598 / 0°45'35"W

OS Eastings: 486636

OS Northings: 151922

OS Grid: SU866519

Mapcode National: GBR D9L.SX2

Mapcode Global: VHDXW.SL6J

Plus Code: 9C3X765R+X3

Entry Name: Garrison Church of St Michael and St George

Listing Date: 20 August 1979

Last Amended: 4 February 1999

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1092606

English Heritage Legacy ID: 137882

ID on this website: 101092606

Location: Cathedral Church of St Michael and St George, Montgomery Lines, Rushmoor, Hampshire, GU11

County: Hampshire

District: Rushmoor

Electoral Ward/Division: Wellington

Parish: Non Civil Parish

Built-Up Area: Aldershot

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire

Church of England Parish: Aldershot Holy Trinity

Church of England Diocese: Guildford

Tagged with: Catholic cathedral Romanesque Revival architecture

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SU 85 SE
(South East side)
Garrison Church of St
Michael and St George

Garrison church. 1892, by Pitt and Michie, vestry added mid C20. Brick with stone dressings and tiled roof and shingled spire. Early English Gothic Revival style. PLAN: cruciform plan with aisled nave with N and S porches to W end, transepts, central W tower and chancel. EXTERIOR: Coped gables, sides articulated by flat-headed sunken panels with double bottom steps and corbelled heads. E gable has three tall lancets with ashlar cill and impost bands, and an oculus, with 2-bay sides each with a lancet, and an exterior stack on the N side above a long flat-roofed vestry, with parapeted sides containing flat-headed windows in arcades of round-headed recesses. N transept gable has 3 lower lancets separated by smaller matching blind panels, paired lancets above, and a short right-hand round stair tower with conical ashlar roof and porch with 2-centre arched doorway in the angle to the right with the aisle. 6-bay parapeted aisle with single lancets to each bay, and 3 lancets to each clerestory bay, with a gabled W porch with steps up to a 2-centre arched doorway. W end has the central square tower set forward on a stepped plinth, divided into 4 stages by ashlar bands, a recessed 2-centre arched doorway with deep splayed sides, flat-headed doors either side of a square trumeau, and tympanum with relief of a kneeling figure of St George with sword; paired lancets to the stage above, the third blind, and belfry with paired lancets with louvres in a recessed panel. Shingle broach spire has shallow lucarnes with paired louvred openings, and finial. The S side of the tower has a half octagonal 2-stage stair tower with ashlar top; parapeted W ends to aisles. S side as the N, the transept has shallow clasping buttresses, a 7-bay lower arcade of blind lancets with 3 alternate glazed lights, and 3 upper lancets separated by lower blind lancets. INTERIOR: nave has moulded octagonal piers which rise without capitals into 2-centre arches, timber barrel vault, clerestory windows have rere arches on round columns; semi-circular arch to 3-bay chancel, with painted spandrels, and rere arches on banded columns to the E window. HISTORY: originally St George's Catholic Garrison Church. (Childerhouse T: Military Aldershot, the first fifty years: London: 1990-).

Listing NGR: SU8596151712

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