Mundford St Leonards

St Leonard’s Church Mundford

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Name of Researcher/s Carol Plafreyman & Michael Wilett

Name or number of building

St Leonards

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)

N porch is possibly late C16 early C17

Tower built in 1854 replacing the original which fell down in 1747

Vestry added 1899

Approximate General Period

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

Medieval – up to 1530

Chancel C13

Nave C14/C15


Church :

Nave and Chancel


North Porch




Walling Material

Other Combination

Flint rubble with stone dressing

Grey and black flint, broken & whole, with some bits of stone. Mostly grey flint

The porch has stone & brick dressing

Flint Walling Technique

Random Rubble

Irregular Coursed

Knapped – only on N porch

Roofing Material

Clay or Concrete Tiles

Doorway /Lintel Detail

Plain N door Plain chamfered arch

Window Detail

Nave windows: 2 lights with mouchette & daggers

W wall: 3 light windows

Chancel windows: S wall windows replaced by


E window C18 triple lancet chamfered

Please describe any outstanding or significant flintwork

The only flintwork is on the N porch – has bits of brick mixed in

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 It looks odd and we wonder if it is a later addition. The flints are random sizes and shapes. They are faced but the cortex is visible on many of the flints, so they have not been shaped. The flintwork is very crude.

Any other details or information

The panels in the buttresses are rubble – no attempt at flushwork or decoration