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Latitude: 50.8621 / 50°51'43"N
Longitude: -2.1792 / 2°10'45"W
OS Eastings: 387481
OS Northings: 106970
OS Grid: ST874069
Mapcode National: GBR 1Z8.V5P
Mapcode Global: FRA 66BT.DV0
Plus Code: 9C2VVR6C+R8
Entry Name: Church of St Martin
Listing Date: 14 July 1955
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1110182
English Heritage Legacy ID: 103303
Location: Bryanston, Dorset, DT11
District: North Dorset
Civil Parish: Bryanston
Traditional County: Dorset
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Dorset
Church of England Parish: Durweston and Bryanston St Nicholas
Church of England Diocese: Salisbury
ST 80 NE BRYANSTON OLD BUILDINGS
5/29 Church of St Martin
Parish church, now school chapel. 1895-8 by E P Warren for Lord Portman.
Ashlar faced brick. Stone, slate, tiled and lead roofs with end stone copings.
Plant west tower, nave, chancel, south chapel and aisle, north chapel and vestry.
Decorated and Perpendicular style. Square-set buttresses. 5-stage west tower
with octagonal vice turret and embattled parapet. Pointed west doorway. Belfry
openings are double pointed with pierced stone lights except to the south face
which has a similar single-light opening. String course continued as a label
over the openings. Nave and aisle windows are generally of 3 or (-lights under
square or pointed heads with Perpendicular tracery. East chancel window of
Internal features; 4-bay south arcade with pointed arches of 2-chamfered orders
dying into elongated octagonal piers. Similar 2 bay north arcade. Pointed tower
and chancel arches. Chancel and south chapel have segmental pointed barrel roofs,
Nave has collar-truss roof. Aisles have lean-to roofs. C20 octagonal marble font.
(F. P. Pitfield, Dorset Parish Churches A-D, 1981, p,125-128. Newman, J. and
Pevsner, N. The Buildings of England: Dorset, 1972, p.121)
Listing NGR: ST8748606969
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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