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St Mary, Ottery St Mary, Devon: the nave looking west

Butterfield, William (1814-1900)
NOTES: This church was reconstructed in 1338-1342. The Dorset Aisle was added in 1520. The interior was thoroughly restored by William Butterfield in 1850.

St James, Bilton Park Street, Teignmouth, Devon: the octagon and lantern

Patey, Andrew (1783-1834)
NOTES: The octagon was designed by William Edward Rolfe, a pupil of Sir John Soane, and built by Exeter architect, Andrew Patey, in 1817-1821.

St John the Baptist, Bere Regis, Dorset: detail of the elaborate timber roof of the nave

NOTES: A parish Church 11th century in origin, but largely rebuilt in the 12th century. Enlarged over subsequent centuries, it was restored c 1875 (including the roof) by George Edmund Street. The outstanding timber roof is 1485.

St Lawrence, Ludlow, Shropshire: the lantern tower seen from the crossing

Blomfield, Sir Arthur William (1829-1899)
NOTES: This large cruciform church was largely rebuilt in Perpendicular style during the 15th century. The tower was restored in 1889-1991 by Sir Arthur Blomfield.

St Botholph's Church (the 'Boston Stump'), 1 Wormgate, Boston, Lincolnshire: the tower

NOTES: Construction on the church began in Decorated style c.1309. Work on the Perpendicular tower began c.1425-1430 and was completed c.1510-1520. Sir George Gilbert Scott carried out major restoration work in 1845-1847.

St Leonards without, Kirkstead, Lincolnshire: the very early wooden chancel screen

Weir, William (1865-1950)
NOTES: This church, built c.1230-1240 in Early English style, was formerly the chapel 'ante portas' of the abbey. The church closed in 1977 and was rescued from total decay by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. It was eventually restored by William Weir in 1913-1914. The screen could be coeval with the chapel and would therefore be one of the earliest wooden screens in existence.

St James, Louth, Lincolnshire: vault of the lower portion of the Perpendicular west tower

NOTES: The tower was begun c.1440-1445 and completed by the broach spire which was built in 1501-1515. The completed steeple is the tallest in Perpendicular style of any English parish church and is considered to be the most perfect.

St Mary the Virgin, Knox Road, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

Comper, Sir John Ninian (1864-1960)
NOTES: Designed by Sir John Ninian Comper, construction on this church began with the north chapel in 1908 and ended with the chancel in 1930.