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Description: Church of St John the Evangelist
Date Listed: 30 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 185659
OS Grid Reference: SD7837225429
OS Grid Coordinates: 378372, 425429
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7248, -2.3292
SD 72 NE HASLINGDEN BLACKBURN ROAD
Church of St. John the
Church, 1882, by Basil Champneys for Miss Martha Turner of Carter Place.
Snecked sandstone, stone slate roof. Nave with west bellcote, south aisle
under catslide roof, chancel with south-east organ house and vestry; in
vernacular form with Decorated detail. Walls battered at lower level; 4-bay
nave has on north side in 1st bay a gabled porch with moulded arch and
slate-hung gable, in the other bays three large 3-light windows with different
reticulated tracery and hoodmoulds, large 6-light traceried west window;
chancel has a rectangular 2-light window with mouchettes in the head, a
rectangular niche with similar tracery containing a statue of the Evangelist,
and a large 5-light east window with flowing tracery. Roof carried to very
low level over south aisle, the wall blind except for mullioned 4-light window
at west end. Interior: aisle arcade of octagonal columns and
double-chamfered 2-centred arches; king-post roof trusses to semi-circular
vaulted roof (stencil decorated in chancel); semicircular triple-chamfered
chancel arch; priest door with moulded surround, cusp-headed sedilia, carved
wooden panelling in chancel; brass wall plaque lettered
"+To the glory of God this Church was
erected by Miss Martha Turner of Carter
Place in this parish mdccc1xxxii+".
Listing NGR: SD7837225429
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Source: English Heritage
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