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Church of St Cuthbert, Burton Fleming

Description: Church of St Cuthbert

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 30 June 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 166808

OS Grid Reference: TA0834872368
OS Grid Coordinates: 508348, 472368
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1357, -0.3431

Location: Front Street, Burton Fleming, East Riding of Yorkshire YO25 3PS

Locality: Burton Fleming
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: YO25 3PS

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Listing Text

(east side)

4/36 Church of St Cuthbert
- II*

Church. C12 arcade and chancel, early C13 west tower. Nave, south
porch, and chancel extensively remodelled in C17 and C18. Ashlar,
brick, and cobbles, plain tiled roofs. West tower, 4-bay nave, 2-bay
chancel. Nave: south aisle demolished and arcade blocked in C18. South
doorway incorporates reset C12 jambs of 2 orders of attached columns
with water-leaf capitals. Left abacus recut in late C14. 3 windows
with pointed brick heads, 2 to east of south door with late C20 glazing,
1 to west with late C18 Gothick iron glazing bars. Small lancet at
higher level to east in plain brick surround with stone keyblock.
Bronze sundial. Coped brick parapet, plain close verges. Chancel with
chamfered plinth, 2-light mullioned square-headed window, to south side
rendered brick parapet with stone coping. 3-light east window with
Perpendicular tracery, raised coped gable. West tower of 4 stages, with
hollow-chamfered plinth to west face returning for a short distance to
north and south, and massive buttresses to north-east and south-east
angles, the latter cut back. 2-light west window with Decorated
tracery. 2 string courses and an offset at belfry floor level. Lancets
to belfry, enriched by balls, chevrons, and cusping. Coped parapet
conceals low pitch roof. Interior: early C13 double-chamfered tower
arch under hood mould with roundel stops. Partly obscured south arcade
and east respond has round piers and capitals with scallops and
interlace under octagonal abaci supporting round-headed arches of
2 orders, the inner with nailhead ornament, the outer with narrow
chamfer. Rebuilt pointed chancel arch retains C12 jambs of 2 chamfered
orders and nook shaft with scallop capital. C12 tub font on circular
pillar and base with 4 carved heads. Royal Arms of 1724 over south

Listing NGR: TA0834872368

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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