This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SU 74 NW LONG SUTTON THE STREET (North Side)
11/35 All Saints Church
C13, C15 and modern. Single cell of nave and chancel, with a slightly later chapel attached on the south side of the nave. All of the C13, with a modern north vestry and south porch; C15 timber-framed belfry rising through the centre of the nave. Red tile roof, bell-turret has a pyramid roof with shingles and weather-boarded walling. Walling is roughcast or rendering on flint and stone core, the new vestry is in red brick. Windows are all original lancets, with a circular light above the 2 at the east end, but there is also a traceried 2-light window on the north wall of 1340, a west window of 1862, and restored triple lancets in the east wall of the chapel. The timber-framed porch has a single-slope tile roof, scalloped barge-board, and panelled side frame above a lower wall. Inside, the main timber supports to the belfy are arch-braced( there is a chancel arch of the late C19, a single 13 arch (to the chapel) on -round columns, and a font. The south chapel has an ogee leaded niche above a trefoil piscina, a painted Royal Coat of Arms of George IV. 3 bells of circa 1520 are chimed.
Listing NGR: SU7391647347
© Mr John Porter. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Porter, John
Rights Holder: Porter, John
Brick, Flint, Render, Roughcast, Stone, Tile, Weatherboard, Medieval Church, Religious Ritual And Funerary, Place Of Worship
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