Heath Chapel, near Ditton Priors in Shropshire, is a 12th century church which is designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building.
As this collection of pictures shows, it is located in an isolated position in a field and is described by the authors of the Buildings of England series as 'the perfect example of a rich little Norman chapel'.
The citation in the National Heritage List for England states that it is 'nationally very remarkable as it has remained substantially unaltered in use, status, size and style'.
It is believed that a moated manor house once stood in the field to the east of the church.
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