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Church of St Radegund

A Grade II* Listed Building in Scruton, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.3277 / 54°19'39"N

Longitude: -1.5396 / 1°32'22"W

OS Eastings: 430036

OS Northings: 492552

OS Grid: SE300925

Mapcode National: GBR KLPD.GF

Mapcode Global: WHC6W.BH26

Entry Name: Church of St Radegund

Listing Date: 22 August 1966

Last Amended: 29 January 1988

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1150897

English Heritage Legacy ID: 332353

Location: Scruton, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, DL7

County: North Yorkshire

District: Hambleton

Civil Parish: Scruton

Built-Up Area: Scruton

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Listing Text

SCRUTON MAIN STREET
SE 39 SW
(north side, off)
4/69 Church of St Radegund
(formerly listed as'Church')
22.8.66
II*
GV
Church. C12, early C13, C14 and C15. Restoration by G Fowler Jones 1865.
Rubblestone, ashlar, graduated stone slate roofs. West tower, nave with
south porch, south and north aisles, chancel. Vest tower: C15, 3 stages.
To west, offset diagonal buttresses up to belfry. Clock to second stage.
Chamfered band. Paired chamfered ogee-arched lights to belfry openings.
Moulded string course with gargoyle at each corner. Embattled parapets,
pyramidal roof with weather-vane. West window, first stage, 2-light with
cusped Perpendicular tracery in round-headed arch with hoodmould. South
porch: 1865, gabled with Norman style doorway, stone coped gable with cross.
Inside south doorway C12 with continuous roll moulding and rope motifs.
South aisle, 1865, 4 bays. To left a 1-light round-headed window. To
right, two 2-light plate traceried windows with hoods. North aisle has
angle buttresses but no openings. 4 round cinquefoil clerestory windows of
1865. Stone coping, gable cross. Chancel: C13, C14. 3 bays. Offset angle
buttresses to east end and right of left-hand bay. Left-hand bay has 2-
light cusped traceried flat-headed window. To right two C13 lancets. Stone
coping, gable cross. Pointed east window of 3 lights, 1865 Geometric in
style. Interior: north arcade early C13 but much restored. South arcade of
1865. Both arcades of 4 bays with round piers, plain octagonal abaci, large
round arches of 2 slight chamfers. Chancel arch 1865, chamfered pointed
arch on shafts with leaf capitals. Monument under tower, a cartouche to Mrs
Gale 1720.


Listing NGR: SE3003692552

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