This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
SD 97 NW BUCKDEN HUBBERHOLME
6/39 Church of St. Michael and All Angels 10.9.54
Church. C12 with C16 and C17 rebuilding, restored C19 and mid C20.
Limestone rubble, lead-coated steel roof. West tower of 2 stages; 3-bay nave and l-bay chancel and aisles under one roof with north vestry. South porch, gabled, with cyma moulded segmental arch and double board doors; a date stone in the gable with "1696" in raised letters. South door to chancel with board door, cavetto moulded pointed arched surround. Nave south windows: 2 of 3 lights; that to left with round-headed lights and cavetto mullions, the right of 3 cusped lights with straight chamfers. All windows straight-headed and lacking solid sills. Chancel south window of 5 round-headed lights; nave south windows of 3 lights; to left as chancel, to right with trefoil-headed lights. North side: nave windows are of 3 and 2 cusped lights, restored; vestry with C19 one-and 2-light windows. The chancel north window is of 2 cusped lights, probably reset, with a relieving arch. East end: a C19 decorated 3-light east window and 2-light north aisle window. The south aisle east window is of 3 cusped lights. West tower: a narrow slit window to lower stage, south side, a rectangular window with leaded lights to the west face, a slit window above. Belfry windows of 1 and 2 lights with stone louvres; a drip moulding between the stages and below the battlemented parapet which retains the line of a pitched roof on the east side. Boiler house between tower and north aisle with mullioned windows brought from East Deepdale. Interior: the inner door is probably C17, the boards fastened with square-headed nails and having strap hinges. The archway has plain jambs and a slight roll moulding to the round arch of 3 blocks. There are 2 steps down into the church which has a north arcade with octagonal piers and depressed two- centred double chamfered arches. The south arcade is round-arched, on octagonal piers with flat capitals. The painted rood loft is dated 1558, restored C20 and has a fine pierced east parapet with traceried arches, linen-fold panelling and 4-petal flowers on the friezes. The altar rail has widely spaced bulbous balusters; the pulpit has reused panelling dated 1641. The font bowl, probably C15, has reused quatrefoil recessed panels with bearded heads and incised fleur de lis motifs; the rounded stem may be earlier. N. Pevsner, Buildings of England, Yorkshire, West Riding, 1967, p270
Listing NGR: SD9261478268
© Mr David H. Brown. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Brown, David H.
Rights Holder: Brown, David H.
Lead, Limestone, Rubble, Steel, Medieval Church, Religious Ritual And Funerary, Place Of Worship, Date Stone, Commemorative, Commemorative Stone, Commemorative Monument