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Church of All Saints, Basingstoke

Description: Church of All Saints

Grade: II
Date Listed: 6 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 137943

OS Grid Reference: SU6370951683
OS Grid Coordinates: 463709, 151683
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2608, -1.0883

Location: Southern Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG21 8ES

Locality: Basingstoke
Local Authority: Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: RG21 8ES

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Listing Text

SU 63-6451 (part) VICTORIA STREET

3/43 Church of All Saints

- II

1915, by Temple Moore. Generally of perpendicular style; nave and aisles of 4
bays with westward ½ bay with aisle ends screened off as porches. Chancel of
4 bays (narrowing eastwards) in north aisle extended as an eastern chapel, and
south side having an aisle corridor with access to vestries. Above the aisle on
the south side of the western bay of the chancel is a massive tower. The steep
red tile roof continues across nave and chancel but the aisle roofs are of low
pitched slate. Walling in Bath stone, irregularly coursed ashlar, with prominent
end buttresses, cill band to aisles, and plinth. The east and west windows are
large with decorated tracery; the large clerestory windows have single tracery
within triangular heads, aisles and vestry have small coupled lights. The tower
is a prominent feature, with plain walling and small openings, a ½ octagonal stair
turret, crenellated parapet and a shingle-covered pyramid roof in 2 stages. Within,
the nave and chancel have delicate mouldings, but the aisles have coupled windows
above brick walling (with arched recesses) set within coupled arches with shorter
interior curves resting on bold brackets. The easternmost chancel bay is separated
by a stone altar screen with a small doorway on each side, with the upper part
masked by wooden panelling within an arcade (of 13 units), painted with figures
of Christ and the 12 Apostles. The church is complete, with wrought-iron screens,
chair stalls, east and side chapels and a font. The ceiling is barrel-vaulted
in timber, with panels, the bays being marked by tie-beams on curved brackets.

Listing NGR: SU6223851421

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Source: English Heritage

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