Listed Building: HOLY TRINITY CHURCH (1335036)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 478, 2, 103
Date assigned Friday, July 19, 1985
Date last amended

Description

Parish church, 1840. Red brick in Flemish bond with stone and moulded brick dressings. Slate roof with stone ridge and moulded stone coped gables with ridge cross to east. Plinth and coved brick eaves band, also to each corner of nave and tower stepped clasping buttresses. Simple plan with entrance in western tower and three bay nave. Two stage western tower has blind chamfered lancet with stone hoodmould and sill to west, similar window to south with diamond leaded light, and chamfered and cavetto moulded pointed northern doorcase with stone hoodmould and carved head labelstops. Above, louvred chamfered lancet bell openings with stone hoods and sills,to all sides. Moulded stone stringcourse above, topped by embattled brick parapets with stone ridgeback copings. Flanking nave walls to side of tower blank. North and south elevations to nave identical with three chamfered lancets, again with stone hoods and sills, also diamond leaded lights. East window has four-centred arch and Y-tracery with hoodmould. Interior very plain with panelled wooden gallery on iron columns to west, plain bench pews and C19 knobbed balustered altar rails. Cusped wooden pulpit and panelled reredos beyond rails, to either side of altar on east wall large painted plaques, that to south with the commandments, that to north with the Lord's Prayer and the Creed. To west end of church below the gallery a C20 panelled vestry, to north side. Staircase within the tower up to the gallery.

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Location

Grid reference SK 18642 40293 (point)
Map sheet SK14SE
Civil Parish YEAVELEY, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE

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Jan 28 2011 3:11PM

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