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Chapel of St John the Evangelist

A Grade II Listed Building in Bishopsteignton, Devon

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.5825 / 50°34'57"N

Longitude: -3.5519 / 3°33'6"W

OS Eastings: 290224

OS Northings: 77017

OS Grid: SX902770

Mapcode National: GBR P1.0682

Mapcode Global: FRA 37GJ.D2M

Entry Name: Chapel of St John the Evangelist

Listing Date: 2 December 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1147651

English Heritage Legacy ID: 85722

Location: Bishopsteignton, Teignbridge, Devon, TQ13

County: Devon

District: Teignbridge

Civil Parish: Bishopsteignton

Traditional County: Devon

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Devon

Church of England Parish: Ideford St Mary the Virgin

Church of England Diocese: Exeter

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Listing Text

BISHOPSTEIGNTON LUTON

SX 97 NW

8/59 Chapel of St John the Evangelist
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GV II


Chapel of ease to Bishopsteignton parish church. Plans by an amateur architect,
William Tozer of Teignmouth, drawnup in 1852. Grey limestone rubble with Bathstone
dressings ; steep red tiled roof with sprocketted eaves.
Plan: A small chapel sited in farm land just outside the village of Luton. Nave with
west end bellcote, chancel, south porch, small lean-to north-east vestry. Some
Decorated, some Perpendicular details.
Exterior: Chancel with platband below the east window, returning on both north and
south sides. 3-light Decorated east window with carved label stops ; cusped
triangular window on south side ; small lean-to north east vestry with a stone stack
with truncated shaft. Buttressed nave with angle buttresses at the west and 3-light
square-headed cusped windows, two to the north side, one to the south side. Gabled
west end bellcote with 2 small slit windows with a heavy hoodmould, 2-light Decorated
west window central west end buttress. Pretty gabled south porch, the side walls
with open, trefoil-headed timber arcading on low stone walls.
Interior: Modest. Plastered walls, brick rere arches to windows and door ; double-
chamfered chancel arch ; collar rafter nave roof with straight struts below the
collar ; boarded canted wagon to chancel with roll-moulded ribs and a pretty painted
scheme of stencilling and roundels dating from 1884, commemorating Revd. W.P. Ogle :
co-eval diaper designs on the walls have been removed. The chancel has a simple tile
pattern on the floor, a probably early C20 timber nowy-headed reredos and a plain
1852 communion rail. The sill of the south window is brought down as a recessed seat
with a chamfered arch ; vestry door with cranked lintel on north side ; heavy string
course rises as a hoodmould to the vestry door and south side seat. Plain nave with
openwork timber drum pulpit ; font with deep octagonal bowl and clustered marble
shafts to the stem on a moulded plinth. Benches, some designated "Free" with Y-
shaped ends.
Memorials and Glass Brass plaque in chancel commemorating Revd. W.P. Ogle, died 1884.
East window, circa 1880s, probably by Drake of Exeter ; quarry and border west window
"removed from the mother church" (inscription), in 1886.

Devon Nineteenth Century Churches Project.


Listing NGR: SX9022477017

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