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Church of All Saints, Nafferton

Description: Church of All Saints

Grade: I
Date Listed: 20 September 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 166939

OS Grid Reference: TA0555659003
OS Grid Coordinates: 505556, 459003
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0163, -0.3905

Location: 2 Westgate, Nafferton, East Riding of Yorkshire YO25 4LJ

Locality: Nafferton
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: YO25 4LJ

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Listing Text

(north side)

7/80 Church of All Saints

- I

Church. C12 nave, late C13 chancel, C14 and C15 aisles, C15 west tower, C19
porches. Ashlar with slate roofs. West tower, 4-bay aisled nave and north
and south porches, 5-bay chancel. West tower: moulded plinth, diagonal
buttresses with offsets. 2-light pointed belfry openings with cusped
tracery under stopped hood-moulds. Embattled parapet, crocketed corner
pinnacles. West door under 4-centred head with continuous mouldings and
stopped hood-mould. West window: pointed, of 3 lights, with Perpendicular
tracery under hood-mould with beast stops. Nave: chamfered plinth,
buttresses with offsets. 3-light window with ogee tracery in square-headed
chamfered surrounds. Clerestory has 3-light windows with Perpendicular
tracery under 4-centre heads. South door: pointed, double-chamfered, with
hood-mould. Hollow-chamfered string-course below eaves, raised coped gable
with cross finial. Chancel: high chamfered plinth, buttresses with
offsets. 2-light pointed window with Geometrical tracery to west, C19
lancet with cusped tracery and stopped hood-mould to east. Coped gable with
cross finial. Pointed east window with intersecting tracery, enclosing
sexfoil at apex, under stopped hood-mould. Interior: C14 south arcade of
pointed double-chamfered arches dying into lozenge-section piers. C15 north
arcade: octagonal piers on raised bases with moulded capitals carrying
pointed double-chamfered arches. Nave roof: probably C17. Kerb-rafter roof
with tie-beams with struts and slender arch-braces, double side-purlins,
queen posts with pendants, raking struts, and collars, and each truss filled
with ornate, fretted, cusped and ogee tracery. Chancel arch with attached
shafts: C12 scalloped capital with volutes to left, C12 cushion-capital with
cable and leaf ornament to right. Rebuilt 4-centred arch of 2 square
orders, the inner enriched with ball ornament to the nave. Squint to south
of chancel arch with chamfered pointed opening to chancel, lintel shouldered
on ogee curves to nave. C12 tub font with lozenge ornament rising to loops
surmounted by a cable moulding at the rim. Effigy of child in north aisle
wall, recumbent effigies of couple, partly entwined in tracey, in north
aisle east end. Tomb recess with hood-mould partly concealed in south aisle
wall. East window signed by Wailes, 1854. C19 box pews throughout.

Listing NGR: TA0548158929

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Source: English Heritage

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