Salisbury,  Wiltshire  -  St George's Church, Harnham
12th century

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Notes in italics from Wiltshire by Nikolaus Pevsner Revised by Bridget Cherry (1975) Yale University Press, New Haven and London

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The N tower is mostly early C19. Yellow brick and flint chequerwork. ... Nave and chancel are both Norman (1100s). One chancel N window, one nave N window (small round-headed) ... Another nave N window is c.1300 (pointed with tracery). ... 

In the chancel south side, lancet windows (early 1200s).

Decorated south chapel (c.1300).

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 The W front of brick (English bond!) is part of Butterfield's restoration of 1874, as is the E wall.
English bond is alternate courses of headers and stretchers, which went out in the late 1600s.

Nearby is the Old Mill


Salisbury Cathedral and Close

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