Listed Building: EMMANUEL CHURCH (1334524)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 978, 4, 15
Date assigned Wednesday, October 14, 1981
Date last amended


1846. H I Stevens architect. Early English style. Of rock faced grey stone on plinth. Slate roof with coped gables and eaves cornice and bellcote. Buttressed. Cruciform plan. Have of 4 bays with 4 lancets, triple light west window. Polygonal east end. Doors to south transept and west porch are of early C20 date with good ironwork. interior. Some good C20 woodwork, side screens to transepts by Doringtons of Heanor, choir stalls, reredos and lectern by Bridgemans of Lichfield. West window has good stained glass of 1937. Glass may be by Jones and Willis, Emmanuel Church stands in large churchyard.

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Grid reference SK 30331 19662 (point)
Map sheet SK31NW

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Oct 28 2011 1:43PM

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