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St Andrew, Girton

History of St Andrew, Girton

Listed Building:

Parish church, mainly C15 but part C12 and C13. Fieldstone, rubblestone and dressed limestone. West tower, nave, North and South aisles, south porch and chancel. West tower C12 and C15. Embattled and of three stages, the ground stage is flanked by the westernmost bays of the North and South aisles. The lower stages have fieldstones laid in on the rake. Restored C15 fenestration. The nave is also embattled and has a clerestorey of four cinquefoil lights to each side in four centred heads. The South porch is early C15 and late C15. Also of fieldstone and dressed limestone. Embattled roof. The gable of the original roof is visible. Two storeys, with the parish room on first floor added late in C15.

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