Church of St Margaret, Queen Charlton
|Church of St Margaret|
|Location||Queen Charlton, Somerset, England|
|Built||late 12th century|
|Designated||1 February 1956|
The Anglican Church of St Margaret in Queen Charlton, Somerset, England dates from the late 12th century. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building. It is within the civil parish of Compton Dando, but the ecclesiastical parish of Keynsham and the Diocese of Bath & Wells.
The central tow-stage tower is supported by diagonal buttresses are topped with a parapet with pierced arcading surrounded by pinnacles and gargoyles. It has a polygonal stair tower on the north east corner. Beneath the tower at the crossing at four arches with attached Norman pillars.
In front of the church is a late medieval cross on the village green. It was previously sited further east of its current location but was moved as part of the celebrations for the Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
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- "St Margaret, Queen Charlton". A church near you. Retrieved 18 December 2010.
- Robinson, W.J. (1915). West Country Churches. Bristol: Bristol Times and Mirror Ltd. pp. 135–138.
- "Cross on Village Green, in front of Tolzey Cottage". Images of England. English Heritage. Retrieved 18 December 2010.