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Church of the Holy Trinity

A Grade II* Listed Building in Warmwell, Dorset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.6713 / 50°40'16"N

Longitude: -2.3512 / 2°21'4"W

OS Eastings: 375276

OS Northings: 85798

OS Grid: SY752857

Mapcode National: GBR 101.SGG

Mapcode Global: FRA 57Y9.KTV

Entry Name: Church of the Holy Trinity

Listing Date: 26 January 1956

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1119203

English Heritage Legacy ID: 105957

Location: Warmwell, West Dorset, Dorset, DT2

County: Dorset

District: West Dorset

Civil Parish: Warmwell

Traditional County: Dorset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Dorset

Church of England Parish: Warmwell Holy Trinity

Church of England Diocese: Salisbury

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Listing Text

SY 78 NE WARMWELL -

7/65 Church of The
Holy Trinity
26.1.56
II*
GV

Parish Church. C13 nave. C17 west tower added or rebuilt. North
porch, C17. Church restored in 1851. New chancel built in 1881 by
R C Bennett of Weymouth. Rubble walls with freestone dressings. Clay
tile roofs with stone slate eaves. Chancel has rook faced masonry
walls, buttresses with set offs. Slate roof with stone gable copings
and moulded kneelers. Stone cross at east gable. Nave. North wall
has 2 windows, E.of 3 cinquefoiled lights in a square head with
moulded reveals, C15. Western of 3 elliptical headed lights in a square
head. East of the porch is the blocking of a former lancet. North
doorway, C13 restored has jambs and a pointed arch of one chamfered
order. The north porch has an outer archway with chamfered jambs and
pointed head. South wall has two windows generally similar to those
opposite. South doorway, C13, now blocked, has chamfered jambs and
pointed head. Above it are the lines of a former porch roof. Further
east is a blocked C13 lancet. West tower, C17, two stages with a
plain parapet and without buttresses. In the east wall is a reset
C15 doorway with nave moulded jambs and pointed head. In the west wall
is a rectangular window with C19 brick splays, and there is a similar window
above. The bell chamber has in each of the north, south and
west walls, a rectangular window. The chancel has a chamfered plinth
and string under the windows. The north and south walls have 3
lancets each. The east window has triple lancets, these are internally
shafted and with capitals in C13 style. Moulded super-arch. Interior:
chancel arch of 1881 has tripled responds with moulded bases and
capitals. Pointed arch of 2 orders with multi roll mouldings, label with
stops. Roofs: chancel has a steeply pitched arch braced roof
with high collars, carried on carved stone corbels. Nave, has unusual
design of roof with low collar beam, king post over, and diagonal
struttings from wall plate to king posts, iron braced, C19. Fittings:
font, Purbeck marble, tapeing octagonal bowl with 2 panels with pointed
heads in each face, central stem with 8 C19 subsidiary shafts, original
base, C13. Raised on C19 or C20 plinth. Conservation cross on jamb of
north doorway, deeply incised cross potent. Wall tablets, several to the
Richards family, C19, see R.C.H.M. Pulpit: of oak, polygonal
with moulded panels and moulded cornice, C18. (R.C.H.M. Dorset II, p.
327 (1)).


Listing NGR: SY7527685798

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