Church of St Andrew, Northover facts for kids
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|Location||Northover, Ilchester, Somerset, England|
|Governing body||Churches Conservation Trust|
|Official name: Church of St Andrew|
|Designated||19 April 1961|
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The Anglican Church of St Andrew, Northover, in Ilchester, Somerset, England, dates from the 14th and 15th centuries. Today it is part of the parish of Ilchester with Northover, one of the three parishes which constitute the Ilchester District Churches . It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building, and is a redundant church in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. It was vested in the Trust on 1 July 1986.
The church stands close to the River Yeo and on the site of an earlier Roman building and associated cemetery next to the Fosse Way. It was also the site of as minster church in the Saxon era, when it was held by Glastonbury Abbey. After the Norman Conquest it was held by Maurice, Bishop of London, until was appropriated by St. John's hospital, Bridgwater, in 1219.
The stone building has hamstone dressing and a clay tiled roof. It has a three-bay nave and two-bay chancel with an organ chamber and vestry. The three-stage tower is supported by corner buttresses and has an octagonal stair turret.
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