Listed Building: CHRIST CHURCH (1336978)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 139, 6, 14
Date assigned Thursday, August 30, 1984
Date last amended


Church. 1847. By Ignatius Bonomi. Rubble limestone with gristone dressings, quoins, coped gables, and a stone slated roof. Narrow, aisless nave with gabled bellcote to south west end, south west gabled porch and lower chancel with shallow pitched lean to vestry on south east side. Simple lancets in the early English style with quoined surrounds, those to chancel north east wall with heads linked by a continuous hoodmould which rises above each of the three lancet heads. Clasping buttresses to chancel gable, and stepped buttress between windows to nave north west wall. Stepped buttress to centre of south west gable and also a stone chimney. Interior: C20 stained glass windows commemorate various members of the Pickford family, founders of the carrier service who lived at Kingsterndale Hall. Listing NGR: SK0932071708

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Grid reference SK 09320 71708 (point)
Map sheet SK07SE

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