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Former Parish Church of St Barbara, Newton and Haceby

Description: Former Parish Church of St Barbara

Grade: I
Date Listed: 1 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 192681

OS Grid Reference: TF0302936068
OS Grid Coordinates: 503029, 336068
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9122, -0.4693

Location: Newton, Lincolnshire NG34 0EG

Locality: Newton and Haceby
Local Authority: North Kesteven District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: NG34 0EG

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There is also a scheduled monument, Haceby moated site, at the same location as this building or very close to it. This may be related in some way or possibly a different name for the same structure.

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Listing Text


6/46 Former Parish Church of
St. Barbara

Former parish church, now redundant. C12, C13, C14, C15, C16, restored
1924. Coursed limestone rubble and ashlar, pantiled, plain tiled, lead end
asbestos sheet roofs having raised stone coped gables. Unbuttressed west
tower, clerestoried nave, south aisle and porch, chancel. C12 coursed
rubble west tower of 2 stages with C14 ashlar belfry and plain parapet.
Chamfered string courses, and in the belfry stage are 2,light reticulated
louvered lights with cusped ogee heads and quatrefoils in a pointed hollow
chamfered surround. To the west a single round headed window to the ground
stage and to the south side; single similar windows to the middle stage,
all with chamfered surrounds and hoods. To the rendered north nave wall is
a blocked late C13 Caernarvon arched doorway and in the chancel a single
C13 lancet. The clerestorey has a single 3 light recut C15 window with 4
centred arched head and hollow chamfered surround. The chancel east window
is C16, of 3 lights with chamfered mullions and surround with plain hood.
In the chancel south wall are a C13 2 light Y-traceried window and a
lancet. C19 3 light perpendicular style east window in the south aisle, and
to the south a matching 3 light window, both with cusped heads to the
lights and cusped trefoils to the segmental heads. Gabled C14 south porch
having a deeply chamfered and pointed outer doorway, side benches and a C15
inner door with hollow chamfered pointed surround set in a rectangular
frame with sunk trilobes to the spandrels. The southern clerestorey has 2
three light windows matching that to the north.Interior: 2 bay C13 south
arcade with octagonal piers and reveals, moulded capitals and double
chamfered arches. Broad tower arch has half engaged round shafts to the
reveals with chamfered capitals, now supporting a double chamfered 4
centred arch. Extensive traces of red paint on the reveals. The C11 chancel
arch has plain chamfered imposts and a round head. Above are a painted
Royal Arms, beneath which traces of a C15 Doom can be discerned. The C15
nave roof has through purlins and chamfered principals. In the chancel is a
pointed and chamfered aumbry on the south side and a rectangular aumbry to
the north. Fittings: C18 panelled oak pulpit and some C18 raised and
fielded softwood panelling in the nave and chancel. Also an C18 octagonal
softwood statue base in the south aisle with moulded base and cornice. C14
plain octagonal font with chamfered top and base with plinth.

Listing NGR: TF0302936068

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Source: English Heritage

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