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Nuneaton and Bedworth (District Authority)
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SP 33349 91403


NUNEATON AND BEDWORTH CHURCH ROAD SP39SW (West side) Stockingford 1/43 Church of St. Paul - II

Church. 1822-1823 by J. Russell for the Commissioners for Building Churches. Chancel added 1897 by G.B. Vialls. Flemish bond brick with some stone dressings. Graduated slate roof has deep plastered eaves and pediment gables with widely-spaced modillions. Chancel has blue brick plinth and stone dressings. Ridge tile cresting and stone-coped gable parapet with moulded kneelers and finial. Nave, chancel, west tower, east vestries. Simple classical style; Gothic Revival chancel. Large 4-bay nave, small 3-bay chancel. Chancel has buttresses flush with east wall. 3-light east window has bar tracery, hood mould and head stops. Small lancet opening above. Chancel roof breaks into nave pediment. Pediment has triangular sunk panels and louvred round-arched opening with projecting surround. Nave and remainder of-church have round-arched openings with stone sills set in blank arches. 2-light windows have painted wood tracery of the 'Venetian' type, with round-arched lights and a circle; sunk panels in brickwork below. Nave windows have 2 transoms and stone band at springing level. North-east vestry of 2 bays has 4-panelled door with traceried fanlight and blocked window. South-east vestry of one bay has part-glazed round-arched door, with sunk panel above. Each vestry has window with one transom to return side, moulded brick cornice and embattled parapet. West front has blind arches. Tower of 3 stages cuts into nave pediment. Stone string courses. Round-arched flush 4-panelled double-leaf doors. Return sides have blind openings, largely hidden by lean-to addition to north. Second stage has louvred openings. Third stage has slightly-projecting angle piers with plain stone capitals. Round openings with stone frames have clock faces to north and south, and pierced painted infill to west. Moulded stone cornice and balustrade. Interior is plastered. Spacious nave has coved and panelled ceiling with flat moulded ribs. West gallery has painted fielded panelled front and curved ends, on chamfered posts. Chamfered stone Tudor chancel arch of 1897 has hood mould with foliage stops. Chancel has 3-bay king post roof. Fittings: late C19 pews, altar rails and organ case. Font of 1883. Octagonal carved wood pulpit dated 1906 has blind Gothic tracery. Late C19/early C20 reredos. Stained glass: early C20 east window. (VCH: Warwickshire: Vol IV, pp165; Buildings of England: Warwickshire: pp404; Kelly's Directory of Warwickshire 1894; pp195)

Listing NGR: SP3334991403


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Books and journals
Doubleday, AH, Page, W, The Victoria History of the County of Warwick, (1947), 165
Pevsner, N, Wedgwood, A, The Buildings of England: Warwickshire, (1966), 404
'Kellys Directory' in Warwickshire, (1894), 195


This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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