All Saints' Church, Dishley


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Part of irrigation network of 18th century agriculturist Robert Bakewell, Dishley
North west aspect, All Saints Church, Dishley
Belvoir Angel headstone to John Guttridge d1720, All Saints Church, Dishley
South west aspect, All Saints Church, Dishley
South porch looking towards north doorway, Church of All Saints, Dishley
Slab to Robert Bakewell d. 1st Oct 1795 age 70, All Saints Church, Dishley
Chancel south wall with piscina, aumbry and arched niche below the window, Church of All Saints, Dishley
Chancel looking west, with reinforcing ties, Church of All Saints, Dishley
North east aspect with three single lancet east windows, Church of All Saints, Dishley
Wrought iron X ties in the north wall of the chancel, Church of All Saints, Dishley

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Post Medieval
Water Channel

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

Leicestershire County Council

District Council

Charnwood Borough Council



Parliamentary Constituency


Grid Reference

SE513513 (451270, 321213)

WGS84 Coordinates

52.7857, -1.23971

Nearest Postcode

LE11 5SF

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Network of irrigation channels and canals by the 18th century agriculturist Robert Bakewell.

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