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Description: Church of All Saints
Date Listed: 7 July 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 155762
OS Grid Reference: SO9658671483
OS Grid Coordinates: 396586, 271483
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3414, -2.0515
The following building shall be included:
SO 97 SE 5/10 CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS
Church. 1872-4 tower added 1888 by John Cotton. Rock faced coursed sandstone
exterior, brick interior, modern clay tile roof. Nave, aisles, transepts, chancel
with apsed end, north west tower, south porch, Transitional/Early English style.
Windows mainly Geometrical in character, the east window with 5 lights with
quatrefoils and a large septfoil in the head, this wholly renewed in 1970s.
Foundation stone AD1872. Aisle and clerestorey windows are two lights and of
different design on either side to give appearance of several building periods.
Single transcept on south, double on north again with different windows; paired
lancet with roundel above on south, 3 light Geometrical with triple quatrefoils on
north. Chancel has lancet lights with cusped heads. Three stage tower with
corner buttresses with offsets, paired lancet lights and balustraded and pinnacled
parapet. Interior: Brick with stone arcading, with coloured bands. 5 bay nave
of pointed arches with alternate cylindrical and octagonal piers. A arch braced
collar roof. Original ironwork, font, pulpit, glass and altar and choir stalls.
C20 choir panelling, furnishings and organ. A good church with a consistent
decorative scheme designed by a local architect and worthy.
Listing NGR: SO9658671483
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