BELL TOWER AT JUNCTION WITH GLEBE STREET

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1151510

Date first listed: 05-Jun-1968

Date of most recent amendment: 26-Nov-1987

Statutory Address: BELL TOWER AT JUNCTION WITH GLEBE STREET, LOW ROAD EAST

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Location

Statutory Address: BELL TOWER AT JUNCTION WITH GLEBE STREET, LOW ROAD EAST

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

District: Doncaster (Metropolitan Authority)

Parish: Warmsworth

National Grid Reference: SE 54783 00593

Summary

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Reasons for Designation

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History

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Details

WARMSWORTH LOW ROAD EAST SE50SW (north side)

1/84 Bell tower at junction 5.6.68 with Glebe Street (formerly listed as Bell Tower).

GV II

Bell tower. Probably C16 with C20 cupola. Rubble magnesian limestone with wooden cupola. 2 storeys, single cell. Square lower storey with quoins and boarded door in south side beneath thin stone lintel. Upper storey becomes octagonal at half-pyramidal corner stops and is capped by band and offset courses forming the cupola base. Cupola is open-sided, arcaded, and has boarded roof with spike finial. Served to call the congregation to the old parish church situated at a distance from the village centre. The tower may be of medieval origin or be contemporary with the earlier Warmsworth Hall situated nearby on site of present hall. D. Hey, The Making of South Yorkshire, 1979, p.150 (plate).

Listing NGR: SE5478300593

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 334858

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Hey, D , The Making of South Yorkshire, (1979), 150

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