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Description: Church of St Hilda
Date Listed: 6 October 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 327201
OS Grid Reference: NZ7912217030
OS Grid Coordinates: 479122, 517030
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5424, -0.7785
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NZ 71NE HINDERWELL HIGH STREET
6.10.69 Church of St Hilda
Church, rebuilt 1773 on mediaeval site with Saxon origins. Tower 1817. Major
alterations, 1895. Coursed squared stone with quoins. Welsh slate roof. West
entrance in low, 2-stage battlemented tower. Nave and chancel, 3 bays each.
Perpendicular tracery to square-headed windows. Large buttress in chancel arch
position is remnant of former north porch. Date plaque on east gable: This part
of the Church was built 1773. Venetian east window below. Interior: upper part
of Norman pillar piscina remains from old church, and some pieces of Saxon carving;
also a column or cross base. Oak screen with perpendicular detail, west gallery
and organ from Selby Abbey.
Listing NGR: NZ7912217030
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Source: English Heritage
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