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The Church of Holy Trinity

A Grade II* Listed Building in Bramley, Surrey

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.1945 / 51°11'40"N

Longitude: -0.5577 / 0°33'27"W

OS Eastings: 500879

OS Northings: 144907

OS Grid: TQ008449

Mapcode National: GBR FD4.3TG

Mapcode Global: VHFVV.971N

Entry Name: The Church of Holy Trinity

Listing Date: 9 March 1960

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1044581

English Heritage Legacy ID: 291219

Location: Bramley, Waverley, Surrey, GU5

County: Surrey

District: Waverley

Civil Parish: Bramley

Traditional County: Surrey

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Surrey

Church of England Parish: Bramley

Church of England Diocese: Guildford

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Listing Text

TQ 04SW BRAMLEY C.P. HIGH STREET
(East Side)

5/21 The Church of
9/3/60 Holy Trinity

GV II*

Church. Early C13 chancel and tower, mid-C13 south transept, north aisle added in
1850 and restored in 1875-6 by Henry Woodyer, when south aisle and vestries were
added. Bargate stone rubble with hard chalk and Bath stone dressings, plain-tiled
roof, renewed on broach spire. Originally Cruciform plan, altered in 1850 and 1876,
now with porch to west, central tower, added aisles and vestries. Three gables to
restored west end, with broadest gable to centre. C19 Decorated Style windows on
sill courses to west end in flanking gables, two round-arched, Norman style lancets
with scalloped capitals on nook-shafts, over west porch. Offset, diagonal
buttresses to angles of west end. North aisle windows, C19, in style of C14, with
ogee tracery and hood mouldings, the windows alternating with buttresses. East
end:- three C13, splay-sided, chalk dressed, lancet windows, with three similar
windows on south side of chancel. C19 windows to south aisle. Gabled porch to west
end with Horsham slab roof, in Norman style. Round, arched, entrance with scalloped
capitals to jamb shafts and roll mouldings. Original C12 door surround to west door,
now restored, with zig-zag moulding to round arch and cushion capitals to jamb shafts
Double, C19, doors.
Interior:- Renewed roof. Three bay, round pier, chamfered arch arcade to north,
five bay round pier arcade to south. Hammer-beam type roof with cusped, arched
braces to north aisle. C19 chancel arch of coloured stone with C19 rood screen
across.
Fittings:- C19 and C20 pews. C19 oak pulpit, octagonal on wooden columns with
Gothic arcading on panels. Old octagonal stone font now outside the church; C19
marble octagonal font inside. C20 reredos with linenfold panelling. C19 altar
triptych. C13 arched and chamfered piscina with fleur-de-lys keystone finial.
Monuments:- Transept: Dedicated to Mary Shurlock, Died 1748. Black stone with
grey border. Urn with flame finial over cornice, putti and apron below. South
aisle:- Monument to Richard Sparke, by E. Galfin of London. White stone, stele
background with mourning female and urn. Monument to Henry Ludlow. Died 1684.
Polychrome marble with broken pediment above and cartouche over round arched panel
and niche in flanking composite order pilasters. Gadrooned urn attached to panel
with gilt flame finial.

V.C.H. SURREY (1967 Ed.) Vol. III pp. 80-86
PEVSNER: Buildings of England, Surrey (1971) pp.117-118.


Listing NGR: TQ0087944907

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