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Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady and St Hubert, and Attached Presbytery

A Grade II* Listed Building in Hyndburn, Lancashire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.7853 / 53°47'6"N

Longitude: -2.4006 / 2°24'2"W

OS Eastings: 373699

OS Northings: 432177

OS Grid: SD736321

Mapcode National: GBR CSPN.2T

Mapcode Global: WH96X.333Z

Entry Name: Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady and St Hubert, and Attached Presbytery

Listing Date: 9 March 1984

Last Amended: 7 June 1984

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1280421

English Heritage Legacy ID: 183880

Location: Hyndburn, Lancashire, BB6

County: Lancashire

District: Hyndburn

Town: Hyndburn

Electoral Ward/Division: Netherton

Built-Up Area: Great Harwood

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire

Church of England Parish: Great Harwood St Bartholomew and St John

Church of England Diocese: Blackburn

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Listing Text

In the entry for GREAT HARWOOD ST HUBERT'S STREET

2/77 Roman Catholic Church
of St Hubert and Our Lady,
and attached presbytery

The item shall be amended to read GREAT HARWOOD ST HUBERT'S STREET

Roman Catholic Church of
Our Lady and St Hubert ,
and attached presbytery

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GREAT HARWOOD ST. HUBERT'S STREET
SD 73 SW

2/77 Roman Catholic Church of St. Hubert
- and Our Lady, and attached presbytery

GV II*

Church, 1857-9, by Edward Welby Pugin. Rock-faced sandstone in irregular courses, with ashlar dressings, steeply-pitched slate roof with fishscale bands.
Nave (on north-south axis), west steeple, transeptal aisles, 3-sided
apsidal chancel with Lady Chapel. In "Middle Pointed" Gothic style. Most
openings have hoodmoulds with figured stops. Three-stage tower with splay-
footed spire in centre of west side has angle buttresses, a shallow
3-sided stair turret on its south side, a moulded arched doorway on west
side, and above this a niche, containing a statue of Our Lady, which has
a crocketed gablet; the 2-light belfry openings have trefoils in place of
louvres, and above there is a cornice with ball flower ornament, and
gripping beasts at the corners. The splay of the spire has crocketed
gablets on all sides; those at the corners form canopies for figures, the
remainder lucarnes. Aisles (2 bays, with gables), and nave (2 bays to
west side, 3 to east) have buttresses and large 5-light windows, the former
with elongated trefoil tracery, the latter with cinquefoil tracery.
South gable has a larger 5-light window with similar tracery, an arched
doorway below it; apse has gablets to all sides; Lady Chapel has a
3-light window. Interior: the arch-braced roof, rising from colonnettes,
has scissor-bracing at the apex; the pulpit attached to the left side of
the chancel arch is approached by an arched tunnel through the pier from
the chancel; and there is a projecting gallery at the south end; but the
principal feature of interest is an almost complete set of stained glass
windows by Hardman. These include: Genesis in the south window; various
saints in the transepts; St. Hubert, Christ in Majesty, and Our Lady in
the chancel; and foliated patterns in the nave. Presbytery attached at
north west corner is simpler but compatible in style, with various gables,
tall chimneys, etc. History: church was built at the expense (£6,000)
of James Lomax of Clayton Hall and Allsprings (q.v.), principal landowner
in Great Harwood.


Listing NGR: SD7369932177

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