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Church of St Luke, Endon and Stanley

Description: Church of St Luke

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 274624

OS Grid Reference: SJ9281253800
OS Grid Coordinates: 392812, 353800
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0814, -2.1087

Location: 81 High View Road, Endon, Staffordshire ST9 9HZ

Locality: Endon and Stanley
Local Authority: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council
County: Staffordshire
Country: England
Postcode: ST9 9HZ

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Listing Text

SJ 95 SW
- Church of St Luke


Parish church. Tower C17, the remainder 1876-9 by Beardmore. Coursed
squared and dressed sandstone; slate, red and blue tile roofs; verge
parapets, chancel with gabletted kneelers. Tower, north and south aisles,
south porch, nave, chancel. Tower: simple C17 work of 3 stages without
buttresses; cavetto string under crenellated parapet with short crocketed
pinnacles at angles; paired round-arch bell chamber openings; steps on
west face to segmental-headed, boarded door, single-light window over.
South aisle: 3 bays, on plinth, 3- and 2-light segmental-headed windows
with pointed trefoil-headed lights, gabled porch to west side of south
face; double chamfered labelled pointed arch. North aisle: similar to
south, of 3 bays of 3-light windows. Nave: has eaves set above aisles
and slate roof of awkwardly low pitch. Chancel: very typical of
Beardmore's work in the area, 1 1/2 bays (red tile roof with crested ridge)
labelled segmental-headed 4-light window similar to aisles; 3-light,
pointed east window headed by cinquefoil; gabled vestry to north side.
Interior: arcades of 3 bays of round columns and pointed arches; pointed
chancel arch on corbelled columns below imposts; fine Minton encaustic
tile floor to nave; king post, tie beam roof, trussed rafters to chancel.
Font: stone, octagonal, on marble legs; small oak fretted and cusped
ogee spire cover. Pulpit: 3-sided bay set against chancel; columnated
and heavily carved; on stone base. Glass: east window by Morris & Co,
1893. Memorials: Heaton 1824 and Evans 1826 to left of west wall;
tapered marble plaques on slate grounds; under left-hand is a small
multi-coloured glazed tile to August Selwyn, first Bishop of New Zealand.

Listing NGR: SJ9281253800

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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