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Chapel of St Andrew Ribston Hall, Great Ribston with Walshford

Description: Chapel of St Andrew Ribston Hall

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 15 March 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 330604

OS Grid Reference: SE3920453755
OS Grid Coordinates: 439204, 453755
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9784, -1.4037

Location: Walshford, North Yorkshire LS22 4EZ

Locality: Great Ribston with Walshford
Local Authority: Harrogate Borough Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: LS22 4EZ

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Listing Text

5/30 Chapel of St. Andrew,
15.3.66 Ribston Hall


Chapel of St. Andrew, attached to south-east end of Ribston Hall. C13 with
restorations 1700 and C19. Early work probably by the Knights Templars,
later alteration and restoration by Sir Harry Goodricke and the Dent family.
Limestone and sandstone coursed rubble, sandstone quoins. Flat roof. Nave
and chancel in one range of 4 bays. Repositioned doorway, chamfered, with
hood-moulds and head-stops in 2-storey lean-to porch at east end of south
wall. A second similar (blocked) doorway towards west end of this wall.
Between the doors: a 2-light window with Reticulated tracery and square
hood-mould, flanked by gabled buttresses. East and west windows inserted
1820 and 1852, each of 3 lights. Battlemented parapet at east end, with
stair turret built into corner between the chapel and the Hall. Bulbous
finial on south-east corner. Parapet at west end pierced with quatrefoils
and bearing 2 finials. West wall also has 3 square recesses, one with a
much weathered coat of arms. Interior: entrance into the chapel from the
hall is at the west end of the north wall. Altar end and reredos have early
C18 panelling with scrolls and foliage in high relief. Memorials include
one on south wall to Sir Harry Goodricke who 'restored and embellished' the
chapel in 1700. Another (1652) to Richard Goodricke. Font with stem and
wide spiral-fluted bowl of c1700. The west window has painted glass which
is probably a copy of the New College window by Reynolds. The west window
is signed by Willement 1852. H. Speight refers to a commission signed to
dedicate and consecrate a new chapel at Ribston in 1444.
N. Pevsner, Yorkshire West Riding, 1959, p400.
H. Spei'ght, Nidderdale, 1894, p190.
Country Life, October 11th, 1973, pp 1050-3 and
October 18th, 1973, pp l142-5.

Listing NGR: SE3920453755

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Source: English Heritage

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