Description: Church of St Cuthbert
Date Listed: 17 May 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 333415
OS Grid Reference: SE5603870655
OS Grid Coordinates: 456038, 470655
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1287, -1.1440
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SE 5670 CRAYKE CHURCH HILL
7/15 (north-east side)
17.5.60 Church of St Cuthbert
Church. C15 on earlier site. North aisle 1865. Ashlar. Roof concealed.
Perpendicular. West towner, 3-bay single-aisled nave, 2-bay chancel and south
porch. Two-stage tower has 3-light window and 2-stage bell opening. Nave and
chancel: 2-light elliptical windows with hood moulds, partly restored. Battlements
and pinnacles throughout, C19 gargoyles. Plinth and buttresses with off-sets.
Interior: tower and chancel arches double chamfered. Three-light east window with
glass by W Waites, pre 1852. Good low-pitch oak roofs with moulded tie beams on
corbels, some replaced timbers. Chancel screen, incorporated some C15 work. C15
font. Pulpit dated 1637. C17 pews with straight tops and knobs at each end. Late
C16 monument to Sir John Gibson and his wife with recumbent stone effigies.
Pevsner, N., Yorkshire, N Riding, 1966, p 130-1.
Listing NGR: SE5603870655
Source: English Heritage
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