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Church of All Saints, Warlingham

Description: Church of All Saints

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 21 September 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 287670

OS Grid Reference: TQ3557858960
OS Grid Coordinates: 535578, 158960
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3136, -0.0561

Location: Ward Lane, Whyteleafe, Surrey CR6 9AT

Locality: Warlingham
Local Authority: Tandridge District Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: CR6 9AT

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Listing Text


3/15 Church of All Saints


Church. 1250, restored in 1857 by G. Scott and in 1887 by P.M. Johnston; south
aisle and bellchamber added in 1893. Flint rubble with stone dressings, rendered
on east end and north wall; plain tiled roof with tile hung bellchamber above
under gilt and iron weathervane. Nave including baptistry to west, south porch
and aisle with chancel to east and vestry addition to north. C13 and renewed
lancet windows to north, one 2-light perpendicular window on north and south walls.
C14 east window renewed by J.O. Scott. Gabled wooden porch with cusped bargeboards,
original stone door surround of south door rebuilt in restoration.

Interior: 5 bay south aisle arcade on compound piers of quatrofoil section.
Restored single space nave and chancel with chancel floor lower by c6 inches. Tie
beam roof one beam with billet decoration in chancel.
Fittings: Trefoil arched piscina and sedelia on south chancel wall, further
piscina opposite to north. Octagonal C15 stone font on central stem with sunk
quatrofoil panels to sides.
Wall painting: St. Christopher carrying Christ. C16 on north nave wall.
Monuments: North chancel wall. Dedicated to Elizabeth Tyler 1772. Grey and white
stone, fluted pilaster strips to sides of rectangular panel, draped oval urn above;
shield and foliage in apron below.
South window in east bay of nave contains stained glass depicting the presentation
of the first English Prayer Book to King Edward VI by Archbishop Cranmer, commemorating
the legend that the book was read for the first time by Cranmer in this church.

Listing NGR: TQ3557858960

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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