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Church of All Saints

A Grade II Listed Building in Eskdaleside cum Ugglebarnby, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.4521 / 54°27'7"N

Longitude: -0.6444 / 0°38'39"W

OS Eastings: 487989

OS Northings: 507148

OS Grid: NZ879071

Mapcode National: GBR RJYY.8T

Mapcode Global: WHGB4.2CD8

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 7 July 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1148764

English Heritage Legacy ID: 327547

Location: Eskdaleside cum Ugglebarnby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO22

County: North Yorkshire

District: Scarborough

Civil Parish: Eskdaleside cum Ugglebarnby

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Eskdaleside (or Sleigts) St John

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

ESKDALESIDE-CUM-UGGLEBARNBY UGGLEBARNBY
NZ8607-8707
17/73 Church of All Saints
- II
Church. Dated 1872. By C.N.Arnfield, for the Allan family of Hempsyke in
memory of their father, John. Cream brick banded in rose brick in English
garden wall bond, faced in rock-faced sandstone, on chamfered plinth;
sandstone ashlar dressings. Tile and pantile roofs. North-west tower;
4-bay nave; chancel, south organ chamber and vestry. Free early C14
Gothic style.
Tower: 2-stages with diagonal offset buttresses. Pointed double-chamfered
west doorway, in base of tower, with panelled double doors. North window
of three stepped lancets recessd in blind 2-centred arch. Slit lights
beneath belfry string in north and west faces. 2-light belfry openings
with scalloped louvres to all faces, recessed in pointed triple-chamfered
arches with Geometrical tracery. Parapet band chamfered on lower edge
beneath plain parapet. West end: pointed 4-light Geometrical window.
South side: offset buttresses articulate four bays containing pointed
windows of recessed paired lights beneath quatrefoils. North side: tower
occupies west end bay: remaining three bays repeat south side. Chancel,
south side: cross-gabled organ chamber rises above lean-to vestry. Vestry
has 2-light mullioned window. Vestry east return and chancel have
chamfered lancets. Cross-gable contains inscribed dedication panel in
niche beneath crocketed trefoil arch on squat columnms with foliate
capitals. Inscription reads:
THIS CHURCH
DEDICATED TO ALL SAINTS
REBUILT BY SUBSCRIPTION
AIDED BY GRANT FROM THE
ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS
AD 1872
EMBELLISHED AND BEAUTIFIED
TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN
AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE
OF THEIR FATHER
BY THE CHILDREN
OF THE LATE
JOHN ALLAN ESQUIRE
OF HEMPSYKE
Vestry stack rises from base of east side of cross-gable. Chancel,north
side: two lancets separated by offset buttress with gablets. East end:
pointed 3-light window with Geometrical tracery. Fragment of defaced
carved stone, probably Norman, set in masonry below window. Gables all
coped, with gablets at each end of nave, to cross-gable and west end.
Wheel gable crosses to west end and to cross-gable.
Interior. Original fittings survive intact, including good wrought iron
door furniture. Pair of C12 colonnettes with scalloped capitals reset in
wall of tower. Fine panelled and galleried outer doorcase of timber.
2-centred, double-chamfered chancel arch, inner arch corbelled on squat
columns. Carved stone reredos of The Last Supper by Matthew Noble,
between carved angels raised on column pedestals. Altar flanked by
Commandment and Creed boards in carved double-arched niches on slender
colonnettes. Elaborately carved stone pulpit and lectern. Carved stone
font on squat columns, with octagonal timber cover, pierced and carved
with crockets and angels. Finely carved pews with traceried doors on
ornate hinges, and elaborate poppyheads. Brass altar rail with floral
tendrils and heraldic beasts; matching pair of tall painted brass candel-
abra with angels, pinnacles and crockets. Discreetly Art Nouveau brass
hymn board. Pretty but unremarkable stained glass. Fine hammerbeam roof
to nave with angel braces and foiled spandrels: roof panels painted with
floral motifs. Wagon roof to chancel, on angel corbels, with carved
bosses and painted panels of saints.


Listing NGR: NZ8798907148

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