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East Riding of Yorkshire (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TA 10657 45232


TA 14 NW 1456/5/25

LEVEN, SOUTH STREET, Holy Trinity Church

(Formerly listed under A 165 (West side))



Church. 1843-44 by R D Chantrell. Parish room added 1998-99 by Ferrey & Menim. Early English style. Gritstone ashlar and re-used limestone with slate roofs. Three-stage west tower with attached octagonal stair turret to south, 4-bay nave with south aisle, south porch; 2-bay chancel. West tower: plinth, buttresses with offsets, paired lancets to belfry under hoodmould with floral stops. Corbel table, low coped parapet. Flagstaff. Nave: plinth, buttresses with offsets. 2 lancets to east, each under a hoodmould with face stops to west, floral stops to east. South porch: pointed door of 2 orders, the inner on nook-shafts, under hoodmould with foliate stops. Coped gable with flory cross finial. Transepts: north and south windows of paired lancets with hoodmoulds with foliage and face stops. Chancel: plinth, buttresses with offsets. Lancets with hoodmoulds, with face stops to west, foliated stops to east. Pointed priest's door with continuous hollow chamfer. East window of 3 stepped lancets under trefoil light to gable. Raised coped gable, flory cross finial. INTERIOR: has re-used medieval nave arcade of 4 pointed double-chamfered arches on quatre-foil piers with filleted rolls. Re-used square C13 font on central cylindrical pier and 4 colonettes: the tub is decorated with paired trefoil-headed blank arches with foliage to spandrels on 3 sides, and with a composition of central trefoil headed blank arch to centre flanked by blank lancets, all with foliage to spandrels. Re-used medieval north transept arch and piscina. At east end of nave is a fragment of pre-Conquest cross-shaft with interlace on 3 sides: the fourth is damaged or unfinished. Early C19 hatchment also re-sited. R D Chantrell re-used much of the medieval fabric from St Faith's Church Hall Garth which was dismantled 1843-4.

Listing NGR: TA1065745232


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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: 30 Mar 2003
Reference: IOE01/10358/05
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Les Waby. Source Historic England Archive
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