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Description: Church of St Bartholomew
Date Listed: 27 February 1964
English Heritage Building ID: 272655
OS Grid Reference: SK1577602911
OS Grid Coordinates: 415776, 302911
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6237, -1.7684
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SK 10 SE HINTS C.P. SCHOOL LANE
Church of St. Bartholomew
Parish church. 1882-3 by John Oldrid Scott for Mr Chadwick, a cotton
merchant. Yellow sandstone with red sandstone dressings; tiled roofs
with belfry rising at division of nave and chancel. Nave, south porch,
chancel and vestry to north. Early English style and of a very compact
nature. Nave of three bays buttressed at angles, lancets, paired to
eastern bay with a string running at springing level; the west end
has four lancets; steeply gabled porch with deeply moulded pointed
arch on impost band. Chancel divided from nave by a stocky buttress
(rising up to support the belfry), only marginally lower and nearly
two thirds the length of the nave of three bays, banded at cill and
springing and stepped-up to east bay; triple stepped lancets to east
end; gabled vestry of one bay attached to north-west side. Interior:
nave has a trussed rafter roof with a single King post truss to centre,
pointed chancel arch and trussed rafter chancel roof. Pulpit: delicate
low relief carving (three sides of an octagon) set on marble columns.
Font set at west end; octagonal on clustered marble columns. Four
plaques to the Lawley family 1779-1851 on the nave walls. B.O.E. p.148.
Listing NGR: SK1577602911
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Source: English Heritage
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