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Amber Valley (District Authority)
South Wingfield
National Grid Reference:
SK 38326 55778


SK 35 NE PARISH OF SOUTH WINGFIELD HOLM LANE 2/98 Church of All Saints 13-2-67 II*

Anglican church. C12 with Perp tower, remodelling of aisle and nave windows in 1803, chancel refashioned in 1877. Ashlar gritstone with coped gables, leaded, tiled and slated roofs. West tower, north and south aisles, south aisle porch, clerestory, chancel and vestry. Three stage Perp tower with stepped diagonal buttresses terminating at bell stage, the tower stages delineated by moulded strings. 2-light trefoil headed bell stage windows beneath shallow hollow chamfer arches. Crenellated parapet above moulded string and C19 crocketed pinnacles to tower corners. Narrow slit windows to tower stair. 2-light west window with rectilinear tracery below pointed segmental arch. Gabled south porch, with semi-circular headed doorway arch with keyblock and with double three-panel doors. Plain mid wall band, and plaque above doorway. Five bay south aisle rising from plain plinth, with cill band and semi-circular heads to window with projecting keyblocks. Moulded cornice and shallow plain parapet above. Clerestory with five semi-circular headed windows beneath an eaves cornice, with shallow parapet above. Three bay chancel rising from two-stage moulded plinth, with shallow diagonal buttresses to east end. 2-light side wall windows with restored cinquefoil heads beneath deeply chamfered lintel, the two windows to the east end coupled, with a major mullion between them. Shallow ogee headed priests door between windows, with hoodmould with carved stops. East window also coupled 2-light openings with major mullion, also restored, but with hoodmould with stops. Vestry on north wall of chancel with plain pointed doorway, and semi- circular headed window to north wall. Five bay north aisle with semi-circular headed lights below cornice with shallow parapet. Clerestory windows match those on south side. Interior: stepped and chamfered tower arch, pointed, and with carved shields to the base of the arch. Five bay nave arcades, pointed arcade arches springing from circular columns with simply moulded capitals, two to north arcade with nail head ornament. Keeled respond to north arcade west end, the south end having a restored arch and a respond matching the chancel archway, which has stepped and hollow chamfered pointed arch on half octagonal responds. Romanesque drum font to nave north end on C20 pedestal. Plain aumbry recess on chancel north wall, south wall with ogee headed recess with trefoil sub-cusping and flanking pilasters. Wall monument, to Immanuel Halton, d1699, with broken pediment, and William Harris, d1631. Wall monuments to chancel east wall, to the south side, to the Revd Miles Halton, d1792, to the north side, to Immanuel Halton, d1784.

Listing NGR: SK3832655778


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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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Date: 25 Jul 2007
Reference: IOE01/16717/13
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Roy Millett. Source Historic England Archive
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