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Description: Church of St. John
Date Listed: 2 May 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 182029
OS Grid Reference: SD5070674828
OS Grid Coordinates: 350706, 474828
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1669, -2.7565
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SD 57 SW YEALAND CONYERS CHURCH LANE
4/286 Church of St. John
2. 5. 1968
Church, 1838, 1861 and 1882. Limestone rubble with limestone dressings to
the earlier part, sandstone dressings to the later chancel, a pebbledashed
tower and slate roof. Church comprises a nave, a chancel with a roof of
steeper pitch, and a north aisle with pitched roof. A tower rises above
the west wall with a projecting battlemented parapet. The doorway is in
the west wall, flanked by buttresses and with a pointed head and hood mould
of square section. Beyond on each side is a lancet window with hood mould,
with buttresses at the corners of the wall. Above the doorway is a string
course, with a 1st floor window with pointed head, drip mould and wooden
Y-tracery. The south nave wall is of 5 bays separated by buttresses, with
lancet windows and with a continuous drip course of square section. The
east bay is reconstructed, with sandstone dressings. The chancel has 2
paired cusped lights in the south wall. The east wall has 3 large
buttresses with a 3-light window of intersecting tracery with trefoils.
The east wall of the north aisle has windows with 2 cusped lights and a
trefoil, with a similar window in its west wall. The north wall has 4
sandstone lancets with hood moulds.
Listing NGR: SD5070674828
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Source: English Heritage
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