Church of St John The Baptist, Batheaston facts for kids
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|Location||Northend, Batheaston, Somerset, England|
|Designated||1 February 1956|
The west tower has four stages with a pierced embattled parapet, setback buttresses, projecting octagonal stairs, and a turret at the south-east corner which terminates in spirelet. It was built around 1460, and was rebuilt in 1834 by John Pinch the younger, of Bath. It has pointed perpendicular two-light windows with cusped heads. The east side also has a canopied niche containing a figure, probably of St John.
The tower holds a peal of eight bells.
In the churchyard are several chest tombs which are also listed buildings.
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