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St Mary's Church, Barnes, London: detail of wooden font cover

RIBA130159
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: The medieval parish church of St Mary's, Barnes, was severely damaged by fire in 1978. Edward Cullinan Architects were responisble for its rebuilding, which was completed in 1984.

St Mary's Church, Barnes, London: detail of wooden font cover

RIBA130160
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: The medieval parish church of St Mary's, Barnes, was severely damaged by fire in 1978. Edward Cullinan Architects were responisble for its rebuilding, which was completed in 1984.

St Mary's Church, Barnes, London: detail of wooden font cover

RIBA130164
Edward Cullinan Architects
NOTES: The medieval parish church of St Mary's, Barnes, was severely damaged by fire in 1978. Edward Cullinan Architects were responisble for its rebuilding, which was completed in 1984.

Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk: the nave with the font in the foreground

RIBA136490
NOTES: The church dates from the 14th and 15th centuries. The north-west tower, nave and south aisles are intact, but the north and south transepts are in ruins with just the side walls standing. The octagonal font dates from the 15th century.

Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk: detail of the font depicting the Seven Sacraments, with defaced statues around the stem

RIBA136491
NOTES: The church dates from the 14th and 15th centuries. The north-west tower, nave and south aisles are intact, but the north and south transepts are in ruins with just the side walls standing. The octagonal font dates from the 15th century.

Church of All Saints, Morston, Norfolk: detail of carved seated saint against the font bowl

RIBA136506
NOTES: The church dates orginally from the 12th century but is largely 13th century. The nave roof is 15th century and the tower was partly rebuilt in brick circa 1800. The stone font is 15th century and has against the font bowl signs of the four Evangelists and four seated Saints.

Church of All Saints, Morston, Norfolk: detail of one of the Evangelist symbols carved againts the font bowl

RIBA136507
NOTES: The church dates orginally from the 12th century but is largely 13th century. The nave roof is 15th century and the tower was partly rebuilt in brick circa 1800. The stone font is 15th century and has against the font bowl signs of the four Evangelists and four seated Saints.

Church of All Saints, Morston, Norfolk: detail of the font bowl

RIBA136508
NOTES: The church dates orginally from the 12th century but is largely 13th century. The nave roof is 15th century and the tower was partly rebuilt in brick circa 1800. The stone font is 15th century and has against the font bowl signs of the four Evangelists and four seated Saints.

St Helen and St Mary, Bourn, Cambridgshire: the nave looking west

RIBA137435
Fawcett, William Milner (1832-1909)
NOTES: The nave is 12th century, the tower mainly mid 13th century, but reconstructed after being burnt out by Montifortian rebels in 1266. The church was added to in the 14th century, including a chapel and over the nave is a 15th century hammerbeam roof. The church was restored in 1875-1878 by W. M. Fawcett.

St Helen and St Mary, Bourn, Cambridgshire: looking across the nave pews to the font

RIBA137437
Fawcett, William Milner (1832-1909)
NOTES: The nave is 12th century, the tower mainly mid 13th century, but reconstructed after being burnt out by Montifortian rebels in 1266. The church was added to in the 14th century, including a chapel and over the nave is a 15th century hammerbeam roof. The church was restored in 1875-1878 by W. M. Fawcett.
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