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Description: Church of St Helen and Tomb Enclosure
Date Listed: 9 March 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 195289
OS Grid Reference: TF2891593240
OS Grid Coordinates: 528915, 393240
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4202, -0.0616
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NORTH ORMSBY CHURCH LANE
TF 29 SE
3/37 Church of
St. Helen and
Parish church, now closed, and tomb enclosure. 1848 by S. S.
Teulon, in Early English style. Squared limestone rubble, green
slate, stone coped roofs. Nave with western bellcote and porch,
chancel. The west door is between 2 stepped buttresses and
covered by gabled porch having moulded outer doorway on free
standing shafts, with moulded inner surround, flanked by single
lancets. Above a 2 light window, trefoil headed niche and gabled
bellcote. The nave side walls have 3 paired trefoil headed
lancets. The chancel side walls have 2 single lancets and on the
south side a pointed doorway with moulded hood and label stops.
The east window is of 3 lights with geometric tracery and moulded
hood. East of the chancel a railed grave enclosure, cast iron
railings with spear head tops and an urn pedestal tomb to Mary
Russell d.1855. Interior. Single chamfered chancel arch with
octagonal imposts on human head corbels. Arch braced roof on
moulded corbels. All fittings removed apart from C19 pulpit and
C15 octagonal font.
Listing NGR: TF2891593240
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Source: English Heritage
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