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Latitude: 53.5443 / 53°32'39"N
Longitude: -2.9624 / 2°57'44"W
OS Eastings: 336326
OS Northings: 405728
OS Grid: SD363057
Mapcode National: GBR 7WRG.G5
Mapcode Global: WH86N.G5KP
Entry Name: Church of St Thomas
Listing Date: 11 October 1968
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1343291
English Heritage Legacy ID: 216484
Location: Lydiate, Sefton, L31
Civil Parish: Lydiate
Traditional County: Lancashire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Merseyside
Church of England Parish: Lydiate and Downholland, Saint Thomas
Church of England Diocese: Liverpool
LYDIATE CHURCH LANE
SD 30 NE
4/85 Church of
11.10.68 St. Thomas
Church. 1839-41 with chancel of 1913. Probably S. Holmes
and Sons. Stone with slate roof, east part of dressed stone
with ashlar bands and dressings. Nave, west tower, chancel,
north vestry and organ loft and south chapel. 4-bay nave
has sill course in form of dripmould and coped gables.
Lancet windows with chamfered reveals and hood moulds.
Leaded glazing with some stained glass windows. West tower
has pointed entrances to west and south with hoodmoulds;
north lancet. Blind crosses above. Top stage has sill
course, cornice and weathered parapet and pinnacles.
Lancets have central stone panel with quatrefoil, leaded
glazing below and louvres above; south side has clock face
above stone panel. Chancel has gabled angle buttresses and
3-light east window with early Perpendicular tracery.
Similar 2-light south window and two 2-light clerestory
windows over chapel, which has two 2-light windows and
similar east window. North vestry has north and east
windows of 3 elliptical-headed lights. Organ loft has 2-
light north window. Large gabled buttress with fragmentary
wall to left at south east angle of nave and fragmentary
wall to west of organ loft suggest rebuilding plans.
Interior: Deep west gallery on 2 octagonal iron columns;
open-well stair in tower. Flat nave ceiling with tie beams,
chancel has waggon roof. Chancel arch dies into octagonal
piers; flanking segmental arches. Springers for projected
nave arcades and rubble with projecting stones above. 2-bay
segmental-headed arcade to chapel, arches dying into pier
and responds, similar pointed arch to organ loft. Chancel
has recess for sedilia and high reredos with alabaster
Listing NGR: SD3632605728
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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