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Description: Church of St.eadmor
Date Listed: 17 April 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 185420
OS Grid Reference: SD5735945517
OS Grid Coordinates: 357359, 445517
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9041, -2.6505
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SD 54 NE
6/33 Church of St. Eadmor
Church, 1835 on site of earlier chapel, restored and chancel added in
1897. Rendered rubble with slate roof. Comprises a west tower, nave, lower
chancel, and south porch. The tower has a parapet stepped up at the
corners, and 2 re-used west windows, one above the other, of 2
round-headed lights with mullion. The upper stage has lancet bell
openings. The nave windows are lancets with chamfered stone surrounds and
hoods. 2 short west windows light the gallery. The nave is of 4 bays. The
porch is in the west bay and has a short window over it lighting the
gallery. The porch door surround is chamfered with pointed head. The
chancel is of 2 bays, with windows on the south side. The east window is
of 3 lights under a pointed head with Perpendicular tracery. Inside, the
west gallery is carried on 2 slim iron columns and has a panelled front.
The nave has 4 bolted king post trusses. The pointed chancel arch is
plastered. The open timber roof of the chancel has a truss with a king
post rising from a high arch-braced collar.
Listing NGR: SD5735945517
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Source: English Heritage
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