Hinton Ampner,  Hampshire  -  All Saints Church

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Notes in italics from Hampshire and the Isle of Wight by Nikolaus Pevsner and David Lloyd (1967) Yale University Press, New Haven and London.

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A Saxon church, even if the Saxon work is a little less obvious than the similar work at Corhampton. Long-and-short NE quoin, lesenes W of it (not visible) and in the corresponding position on the S side (first picture). The doorway now into the N vestry has straight jambs too. In the chancel also redone C13 lancets, including a low-side on. The W tower has a rather French-looking top of 1879 by C.N.Tripp.  

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Nave, looking east into chancel, looking west into tower.
Pulpit C17. The panels with geometrical fields.

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Hinton Ampner House, by the church. A neo-Georgian house built by Gerald Wellesley (the Duke of Wellington) in 1937 although with alteration since fire in 1960.


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