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Latitude: 52.2922 / 52°17'31"N
Longitude: -2.2065 / 2°12'23"W
OS Eastings: 386013
OS Northings: 266029
OS Grid: SO860660
Mapcode National: GBR 1F0.6Z0
Mapcode Global: VH927.PNW4
Plus Code: 9C4V7QRV+VC
Entry Name: Church of St Mary
Listing Date: 14 March 1969
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1288258
English Heritage Legacy ID: 400153
Location: Doverdale, Wychavon, Worcestershire, WR9
Civil Parish: Doverdale
Traditional County: Worcestershire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Worcestershire
Church of England Parish: Doverdale
Church of England Diocese: Worcester
DOVERDALE CP DOVERDALE
SO 86 NE
5/27 Church of St Mary
Parish church. Probably C14, remodelled C17, restored 1860 by F Preedy.
Ashlar, tile roof with stone coped verges, leaded spirelet. Nave with
bellcote and spirelet to west end, chancel. Nave: stepped buttresses,
chamfered plinth; south vestry centrally placed rebuilt 1860 (formerly
the porch), to right a square-headed 3-light window with cavetto mullions,
to left a single-light window with chamfered surround, both C17; north
wall: windows reflect south wall, with a centrally placed, blocked, north
door: the semi-circular head is constructed from voussoirs with filleted
roll moulding, apparently once forming a 2-centred head. West door of
1860 in slightly projecting surround under triangular head, 2-centred
arch to door. Spirelet above built 1860 in place of small bellcote.
The 1860 bellcote is timber-framed, two by two square panels with pierced
wood infill to the panels; a triangular vent to each side of the spirelet;
decorative chevron ribs to leaded spire. Chancel: mostly rebuilt 1860,
chamfered plinth with drip moulding, diagonal buttresses; two bays:
south wall has two trefoil-headed lancets, east window of three trefoil-
headed lights under 2-centred head. Interior: chancel arch of 1860,
2-centred moulded with engaged shafts to responds. Roofs: four-bay arch
braced collar roof to nave, with a fifth bay occupied by the four main
posts supporting the bellcote and spirelet; chancel: three-bay boarded
barrel vault. Fittings: mostly of 1860, wall of nave has C17 panelling
to dado height with frieze, part fluted, part intersecting lunettes.
Earthworks of a deserted medieval village to west of church. (BoE p 133;
VCH 3, p 71).
Listing NGR: SO8601366029
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