Description: Church of the Holy Trinity
Date Listed: 20 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 323888
OS Grid Reference: SD8044859941
OS Grid Coordinates: 380448, 459941
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0351, -2.3000
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RATHMELL MAIN STREET
SD 85 NW
Church of Holy Trinity
Parish church, c1840 with chancel and vestry of 1883 by F Healey of Bradford,
and C20 alterations. Slobbered rubble, millstone grit dressings, Westmorland
slate roof. South porch, 3 stage west tower, 3 bay nave, south vestry, 2 bay
chancel. Lancet style. Porch of 1897: segmental pointed arch to entrance,
engaged pillars; 2 leaf plank doors and strap hinges, trefoil in gable; cruciform
finial. West tower: blocked west entrance has. chamfered surround to segmental
pointed arch, hoodmould and pendant stops, string course to second stage, 2
light window with Y tracery and hoodmould with head stops. String course to
bell stage, lancet window partly obscured by clockface, hoodmould. Embattled
parapet and finials. Nave has 3 lancet windows with hoodmoulds, corbel table.
South vestry extended 1912: west entrance. 2-light window on gabled south side.
Chancel: 3 light east window with segmental pointed hoodmould. 2-light window
on north side. Corbel table. Cruciform finials to east and west ends. Interior:
scissor braced roof trusses to nave. Segmental pointed chancel arch; piscina
and 2 sedilia with trefoil cusped arches. Oak reredos 1908 designed by F Healey.
Some C19 windows by Capronnier of Brussels.
Source: W A Shuffrey, The Churches of the Deanery of North Craven (Leeds, 1914),
Listing NGR: SD8044859941
Source: English Heritage
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