St Mary's Church, Portskewett

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St Mary's, Portskewett
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St Mary's, Portskewett
51°35′23″N 2°43′29″W / 51.5896°N 2.7248°W / 51.5896; -2.7248Coordinates: 51°35′23″N 2°43′29″W / 51.5896°N 2.7248°W / 51.5896; -2.7248
LocationMonmouth, Monmouthshire
CountryWales
DenominationChurch in Wales
Architecture
Years built14th century
Administration
DioceseMonmouth
Clergy
RectorRevd. Dennis Richards

St Mary's is located in the centre of the village of Portskewett,[1] Monmouthshire. It is a Grade I listed building as of 19 August 1955.[1]

History and architecture[edit]

The church has a Norman nave and further substantial Norman elements, a medieval chancel and was extended and renovated in the early and late 19th century.[2] The style is Gothic Decorated. The list of Rectors dates back to 1427, and its registers to 1593.[3]

Services are held at the church on every Sunday at 9.15 except the first Sunday of every month at 11.00a.m.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Good Stuff IT Services (1955-08-19). "Church of St Mary – Portskewett – Monmouthshire – Wales". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 2012-02-12.
  2. ^ "ST MARY, PORTSKEWETT | Site Details". Coflein. Retrieved 2012-02-12.
  3. ^ "Caldicot History Of Portskewett". Caldicot-benefice.org.uk. Retrieved 2012-02-12.
  4. ^ "Caldicot St Marys Portskewett Services". Caldicot-benefice.org.uk. 2011-01-02. Retrieved 2012-02-12.