CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II*
List Entry Number:
1150750
Date first listed:
17-May-1960
Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS, TOWN STREET

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Location

Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS, TOWN STREET

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

County:
North Yorkshire
District:
Hambleton (District Authority)
Parish:
Brandsby-cum-Stearsby
National Grid Reference:
SE5984071939

Details

BRANDSBY-CUM-STEARSBY TOWN STREET SE 57 SE (south side) 6/14 Church of All Saints 17.5.60 GV II*

Church. 1767-70 with addition of 1913. By Thomas Atkinson of York for Francis Cholmeley; restored by Temple Moore in 1905, porch by H Rutherford. Ashlar sandstone with herringbone tooling, stone slate roof. Nave, 'crossing' with tower, and chancel in one 3-bay range. South side: to left, added flat- roofed porch with vestry behind has leaved oak doors of 8 panels, in architrave, band below parapet, and 3 flat-headed windows in architraves to west side. Added white brick chimney near left corner of main range. Church: plinth; 3 round-arched windows, in centre with Gibbs surround and with corbels below sill; square corbels below cornice containing gutter; hipped roof with central tower with oculus and paired brackets to cornice, surmounted by cupola of 8 round- arched openings with three-quarter columns at the angles, Doric frieze, stone dome with ball finial and weather-vane. East end: Venetian window; below, mounted on wall, 6 memorial tablets to members of Wiley family. North side: as south, but the central window blind, the outer 2 with Gibbs surrounds. Interior: in porch, leaved 6-panel doors from inner vestibule in architrave; small font on fluted column; door of 2 fielded panels to vestry; stained-glass in west window by T Kempe; to right, original entrance to church, now with wrought-iron gate, in rich architrave surmounted by cornice on brackets. In the church, crossing laterally between nave and chancel, a tripartite groin vault supported on four Roman Doric columns; under the vault, oak pulpit of 1905 by Temple Moore; in chancel, Commandment Boards and hatchments of Cholmeley family; west gallery with front of fielded panels, supported on 2 fluted octagonal columns; a number of brass chandeliers. The VCH records an inscription in the dome 'This church built Anno Domini 1767 by Francis Cholmeley Esqre; Thomas Atkinson, Architect; Richard Scurr, Mason'. VCH ii, pp.103-104. Photos in NMR.

Listing NGR: SE5984071939

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
332722
Legacy System:
LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Page, W, The Victoria History of the County of York: North Riding, (1914), 103-104

Legal

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

End of official listing

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Date: 21 Apr 2001
Reference: IOE01/01847/24
Rights: Copyright IoE Miss Katie McAndrew. Source Historic England Archive
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