Didlington St Michael

St Michael’s Church, Didlington

Name of Researcher/s Carol Palfreyman & Michael Willett

Name or number of building

St Michael

Street name






Open Space Web-Map builder Code

Current use

Church (in use)

Nature of original building (if discernible)

Alterations and additions

Please describe (if discernible)

Victorian restoration 1850s – 1870s.

Extensive refacing of flint especially on N walls

Later cement pointing on tower

Approximate General Period

Please include any information giving a more specific date, e.g. date plaque.

Medieval – up to 1530

Tower C14

Chancel C13


Church :

Nave and Chancel

North Aisle

South Aisle




Walling Material

Other Combination

Flint rubble with stone and some brick dressing. Where the walling material is original (not Victorian restoration) it is nearly all flint with a few pieces of stone.

Flint Walling Technique

Random Rubble

There is no decoration on the buttress panels.

Much of the south wall is covered by creeper.

Roofing Material


Doorway /Lintel Detail

South aisle door, wave moulded doorway

Window Detail

N Window 2 light

N Aisle three 2-light with ogee tracery

Chancel – as photos

S Wall windows mostly obscured by creeper

E Window is Victorian replacement

Please describe any outstanding or significant flintwork

There is no worked flint anywhere on the building