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Listed Building: TOWER OF ST BARTHOLOMEWS CHURCH (1280670)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1774, 6, 35
Date assigned Thursday, November 6, 1986
Date last amended


Church tower, now redundant. 1895 by P H Currey. Red brick with gritstone dressings. Square in plan, tapering slightly, with three chamfered stringcourses. Saddleback pantiled roof. Battered gritstone plinth. Red brick above. The east and west, and north and south facades are virtually identical. To the east and west the ground stage has two tall lancets. The second stage is blind. The tall third stage has broad pilaster strips either side of a circular clock face. Decorative machicolation-like motif above with tiny round-arched bell-openings at the top. The south elevation has a segmental arched doorway to the ground floor, a small lancet above, the tall third stage with pilaster strips either side of the circular clock face. Broad louvred bell openings above. The tower stands almost detached at the north west corner of the church, which has been altered, so as no longer to be of special interest.

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Grid reference SK 47642 39693 (point)
Map sheet SK43NE

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Jul 8 2011 11:43AM

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