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Church of St Cuthbert, Cliburn

Description: Church of St Cuthbert

Grade: II
Date Listed: 6 February 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 422666

OS Grid Reference: NY5876624490
OS Grid Coordinates: 358766, 524490
Latitude/Longitude: 54.6139, -2.6400

Location: Rectory Dene, Cliburn, Cumbria CA10 3AB

Locality: Cliburn
Local Authority: Eden District Council
County: Cumbria
Country: England
Postcode: CA10 3AB

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Listing Text

NY 52 SE CLIBURN


4/52 Church of St Cuthbert

6.2.68 II

Parish Church; C12 with extensive late C19 restoration. Coursed, squared rubble
with snecked rubble additions. Graduated slate roofs (lead roof to aisle) with
stone copings and kneelers; bellcote with iron gable-cross to west end.
Originally 2-cell plan with south aisle added and gabled porch rebuilt in 1886.
Narrow slit window with semicircular head on north side of chancel probably
original; others, multi-light, variously foiled and cusped are C19. Lead
rainwater goods have dated rainwater heads (1886) and rosette decoration to
guttering. Reset C12 south door has plain jambs; small carved figure to either
end of shouldered lintel, blank tympanum with chevron decoration to voussoirs.
2 fragmentary inscribed Roman stones and part of medieval grave slab are built
into inner porch walls. Internally, original chamfered semicircular chancel
arch survives; late C19 octagonal arcade pier and responds. Late C12 font at
west end of south aisle has octagonal bowl (recut?), with moulded underside, on
shaft with zig-zag decoration; moulded necking to chamfered base.




Listing NGR: NY5876624490

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Source: English Heritage

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