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St Giles, Tadlow

History of St Giles, Tadlow

Listed building on Heritage at Risk Register

Parish church. C13 nave and chancel; C14 west tower. Restored c1860 under supervision of W Butterfield. Fieldstone, clunch rubble with limestone and clunch dressing. Plain tiled roof. West tower of three stages. Crack to second stage of tower on east face. Some displacement and cracking to buttress on north wall adjacent to infilled north door. Further crack to north side of east gable. Extensive ivy growth reported; deterioration continues. Transfer to a charitable Trust being negotiated and managed.

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