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Church of St Edward, Barlings

Description: Church of St Edward

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 197188

OS Grid Reference: TF0756374875
OS Grid Coordinates: 507563, 374875
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2600, -0.3890

Location: Barlings Lane, Barlings, Lincolnshire LN3 5DG

Locality: Barlings
Local Authority: West Lindsey District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: LN3 5DG

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Listing Text

TF 07 SE
(east side)
4/21 Church of
St. Edward

Parish church. C11, early C14, 1876 by Charles Kirk. Coursed
limestone rubble, limestone ashlar dressings. Plain tile roofs
with stone coped east gables and cross finials. Weatherboarded
western gable of tall eastern bay of nave. C14 west bell turret
with single pointed opening, roll moulded head, hoodmould and
label stops, with stone gable above and roll moulded sides. West
bell turret, nave with tall C19 bay to east and rectangular
chancel with north vestry. C14 west front with C19 round headed
doorway with deep set panelled double doors and traceried
fanlight. Bell turret above. North side of C14 nave with C19
rectangular window with plain leaded lights. C19 projecting bay
to east with plinth, moulded string course and 2 stage western
angle buttress. Single pointed window with double chamfered
head, nook shafts, hood mould and label stops. Corbel table
above. Projecting gabled C19 north vestry to east with plinth,
string course and single stage angle buttress. Pointed north
window of 2 pointed lights and plate tracery. East vestry doorway
with round voussoired head, re-used C11 chamfered imposts and
plank door. North side of C19 chancel with plinth, string course
and pair of pointed lights with nook shafts, hood mould and label
stops. Corbel table above. East end with 2 stage angle
buttresses, plinth and inscribed foundation stone. 3 large,
chamfered, pointed lights separated by 4 large shafts with
moulded capitals, hood mould and label stops. Round window above
with plate traceried quatre-foils, hood mould and label stops.
South side of chancel with plinth, string course and 2 pairs of
pointed, chamfered lights with nook shafts, hood moulds and label
stops, divided by 2 stage buttress. C19 projecting bay to west
with flanking 2 stage buttresses, plinth, string course and
pointed window with chamfered surround, nook shafts, hood mould
and label stops. South side of medieval nave with early C14
pointed window to east with 3 cusped, ogee headed lights and
reticulated tracery. Blocked Cll doorway to west with round
voussoired head and chamfered imposts. Tall, pointed C19 chancel
arch with inner order supported on large, ornate corbels, hood
mould and label stops. North and south chancel windows with
freestanding flanking shafts, hood moulds and label stops. East
window with 4 large shafts with moulded capitals. C19 vestry
archway with 4 centred double chamfered head. C19 timber roof
with ornate cornices over C19 bays, flat ceiling over medieval
nave. C19 pulpit, altar rail and chest. C20 pews. Tall C14
octagonal font on tall octagonal base. Ten Commandments painted
on north wall of nave. Hatchment of 1739. Ornate monument in
white, red and black marble to Frederick Oates, died 1862.
Single C19 monument.

Listing NGR: TF0756374875

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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