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Description: All Saints Parish Church
Date Listed: 23 August 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 192208
OS Grid Reference: SK9727162275
OS Grid Coordinates: 497271, 362275
Latitude/Longitude: 53.1487, -0.5470
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SK 97 62 HARMSTON CHURCH LANE
All Saints Parish
Church. C11, C12, C18 and C19. Coursed rubble with ashlar dresings. Norman west
tower the only remains of the medieval church which was rebuilt in 1717, and then
largely rebuilt again in 1868 by the architect Withers. The late Cll west tower has
an opening on each face, at bell chamber level, each is made up of coupled
round-headed openings with columns with scalloped capitals between. The crenellated
top with 8 pinnacles is Perpendicular. C19, 3 bay nave with circular clerestorey
windows, north and south-aisles, south porch 2 bay chancel. All the windows have
simple plate tracery. Tower arch early C19, triple responds with capitals with a band
of leaves standing up and volutes above. The arcades may be early C18 incorporating
re-used medieval work. Simple C19 fittings. Two good C18 monuments, 1722 and 1738
both to Thorold family.
Listing NGR: SK9727162275
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Source: English Heritage
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