Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire is a project launched in 2018, with only a few churches included at the moment.

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Index of Screens

Screens - The most common Screens are Chancel Screens (usually under a Chancel Arch). At some times over the centuries they formed significant barriers between the Nave and Chancel, separating Congregation and Clergy. Screens can also be in other locations such as Aisles, Transepts, Chapels, and Tower Arches. They are usually timber, but can be stone, or a combination of both.

 5 churches with 5 Screens

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Holy Trinity Bledlow 1898: Chancel Screen (now under tower). Designer was Harry Hems.

St Botolph Bradenham 1927: Chancel Screen & Rood Loft. Screen and Pulpit fitted in 1902, Rood Loft and Figures added in 1927.
Rood Loft added in 1927.
Figures added with Rood Loft in 1927.

All Saints Chalfont St Peter 1912-13: Rood Screen. Architect was Temple Lushington Moore.

St Thomas Colnbrook 1879: Chancel Screen. Designer was Basil Champneys.

St Peter Ilmer c1500 : Chancel Screen. Wooden screen on a stone wall.
Detail of Central Arch.
Detail of RH side.
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Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

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