Mansfield Woodhouse St Edmund

Archaeology

The core fabric is largely C14, the oldest part being the tower.

Extensive restoration in 1804-10, 1850 and 1878.

1986-88 major restoration due to mining subsidence.

Significant Interior Features

C19 King Post roof has foliate corbels, arch braces, collars and spine beam.

A semi-circular arch between the nave and the chancel is believed to be early Norman.

Bellframe

The bell frame was replaced prior to the restoration and the rehanging of six bells in 1988.

Timber and Roofs

  Nave Chancel Tower
Main Open oak rafters and boarded (probably 1804) Open oak rafters and boarded (probably 1804) Planking (probably 1804)
S.Aisle      
N.Aisle      
Other principal      
Other timbers      

Walls

  Nave Chancel Tower
Plaster covering & date Stone work and painted Stone work and painted Stone work and painted
Potential for wall paintings      

Excavations and Potential for Survival of Below Ground Archaeology

There are none recorded.