Church of St Mary, Newton Regis

Description of this historic site

The Church of St. Mary which is of Medieval date. It is located on Austrey Lane, Newton Regis.

Notes about this historic site

1 Chancel and nave rebuilt early 14th century. W tower with spire in part early 13th century but mainly early 14th century. 15th century S porch. Restored 1905.
2 The lower part of the tower dates from early 13th century; it was probably an addition to a 12th century or earlier main body. The chancel was rebuilt c 1320 and had a S vestry: The nave was rebuilt soon after c 1330-40 and the W tower was remodelled and heightened and the spire erected. Various later additions.
4 Heating ducts – near door & in front of sanctuary. Internal graves – in front of sanctuary. External drains – whole exterior. There are possible ridge & furrow earthworks to the E of churchyard. Probably good preservation of below-floor deposits.

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