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Description: Church of Saint Lawrence
Date Listed: 13 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 185854
OS Grid Reference: SD5165237219
OS Grid Coordinates: 351652, 437219
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8290, -2.7360
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SD 53 NW BARTON GARSTANG ROAD
4/7 Church of St. Lawrence
Church, 1895, by R. Knill Freeman. Yellow sandstone with red sandstone
dressings, slate roof with red ridging tiles. Nave with aisles, south-west
steeple, chancel with south chapel, in simple Decorated style. Two-stage
tower with angle buttresses carried up to corner pinnacles has moulded arched
south door, 2 square-headed lancets and a clock face above, and an octagonal
belfry between the pinnacles with 2-light louvres in the cardinal sides, and
spire with lucarnes above these. Four-bay nave has clerestory windows of 2
round-headed lights with hollow spandrels, buttressed aisles with large arched
3-light windows which have intersecting tracery alternately; south chapel has
2 similar windows with Perpendicular tracery, and another in its east gable
wall; west window of nave and east window of chancel are both of 5 lights but
with different tracery. Interior: 4-bay nave arcade on short octagonal
columns with moulded caps, coved wooden ceiling; carved wooden reredos in
Gothic style with coved canopy bearing pinnacles; west window of
geometrical-leaded clear glazing with 3 stained glass insets: a coat of arms
and 2 shields with boars heads said to be associated with Barton Old Hall
Listing NGR: SD5165237219
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Source: English Heritage
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