CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: I

List Entry Number: 1095509

Date first listed: 24-Mar-1950

Statutory Address: CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY, THE CLOSE

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Location

Statutory Address: CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY, THE CLOSE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Hampshire

District: Winchester (District Authority)

Parish: Non Civil Parish

National Grid Reference: SU4823229265

Summary

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History

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Details

869/6/39 THE CLOSE 24-MAR-50 CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY

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THE CLOSE 1. 1833 Cathedral Church of the {Holy} Trinity SU 4829 SW 6/39 24.5.50

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2. Transepts, crypts and part of the nave 1079-l095, by Bishop Walkelyn, tower fell 1107 and rebuilt later. Retrochoir and Lady chapel early C13. Early English. Nave completely remodelled by Bishop Edington (1345-66), and William of Wykeham (1366-l404) with his master-mason William of Wynforde; this involved a Perpendicular recasing of the Norman nave. The Cathedral is built of Isle of Wight stone. Many important furnishings of all periods, particularly the Bishops' chantry chapels. Flying buttresses on the south by Sir T G Jackson 1909-12, as part of his general restoration. The Norman arcade, once the entrance to the Chapter House, which runs from the south transept to the Deanery, is included in the listing.

All listed buildings in The Close form a group.

Listing NGR: SU4823229265

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 144495

Legacy System: LBS

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