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Church of All Saints

A Grade I Listed Building in Ouseburn, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.9701 / 54°58'12"N

Longitude: -1.6069 / 1°36'24"W

OS Eastings: 425260

OS Northings: 564017

OS Grid: NZ252640

Mapcode National: GBR SQ6.Y9

Mapcode Global: WHC3R.9B1N

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 14 June 1954

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1106329

English Heritage Legacy ID: 304782

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1

County: Newcastle upon Tyne

Electoral Ward/Division: Ouseburn

Built-Up Area: Newcastle upon Tyne

Traditional County: Northumberland

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Tyne and Wear

Church of England Parish: Newcastle Christ Church

Church of England Diocese: Newcastle

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Listing Text

NZ 2564 SW and NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE PILGRIM STREET
NZ 2563 NW (south end off)
21/452 and 24/452 Church of All Saints
14.6.54
G.V. I
Parish church; now urban studies centre and concert hall. 1786-96 by David
Stephenson replacing medieval church. Sandstone ashlar; Welsh slate roof. Oval
plan, with apses on short axis west-east; south chapel and vestry flank portico
and tower. Classical style, with baroque tower. Greek Doric tetrastyle portico
has dentilled pediment; flanking windows have tripartite sashes in Ionic pilasters
under shallow lunettes with glazing bars; voussoirs continuous with chanelled
rustication. Rusticated plinth supports paired Ionic pilasters defining bays,
with top entablature. Returns have similar window treatment to 2-bay chapel and
vestry. Oval continues plinth and Ionic Order framing segmental-headed windows;
round-headed gallery windows have balustrades; top dentilled cornice continuous
with pediments of tower. 4-stage tower has segmental-headed windows under
dentilled pediments; tall arched panels above with louvred lunettes under dentilled
cornice; clock faces flanked by plinths of paired diagonal columns; tripartite
windows above. Set-back top stage has round balustrade and set-back open-arched
belfry with paired corner columns; top spire. Double door in portico and in west
apse. Both apses have blind panels, the upper balustraded and with swags. Fluted
impost strings. Low, flat-coped walls flank 3 flights of steps to portico.
Interior: painted plaster above panelled mahogany dado, moulded plaster ceiling
with much leaf and flower ornament; dentilled cornice. Panelled pews join fluted
Doric columns supporting balcony, all mahogany. Corinthian Order in east apse;
organ in west concealing exit. Vestibule under tower contains replica of medieval
font with heraldic shields; memorials on walls include marble plaque commemorating
David Stephenson, architect, died 1819, by Davies; low-relief obelisk on mount to
Edward Moses d.1813, son of the master of the Grammar School, by Davies with Greek
and Latin inscriptions; and to Joseph Garnett, died 1796, a bracketed marble slab
with book and drapery, by Craggs. Former vestry contains boards of Creed, Lord's
Prayer and Commandments from church. Source: T. Sopwith A Historical and
Descriptive Account of All Saints' Church in Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle 1826.
Tyne and Wear Museums Service The Tyneside Classical Tradition 1980.


Listing NGR: NZ2526064017

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