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Bolton (Metropolitan Authority)
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SOUTH TURTON STITCH-MI-LANE SD 71 SW (north west side) Harwood

5/79 Christ's Church - - II

Church. 1840-1. Rock-faced stone with ashlar dressings and slate roof. 5-bay nave, west tower, south transept; chancel and flanking vestries. Plain cornices and flat and clasping buttresses. Round-headed lancets with hood moulds. Tower of 3 stages has round-headed west entrance with black-letter inscription, cornice over; paired lancets to south. Recessed top stage has chamfered angles with octagonal shafts. Paired round-headed bell openings with stone louvres. Top cornice and short spire with cross. South porch, with round window above, has open pediment and round- headed entrance with inscription. Transept has triplet of lancets. Short chancel has corbelled cornice, triplet of lancets and single flanking lancets to vestries under cat- slide roofs; entrance to south. East bellcote. Interior: Nave has queen post roof with arch braces and pendants. West gallery on 4 timber columns, round-headed panelling to front with corbelled cornice. Stair has column-on-vase balusters. Relief of arms of Queen Victoria. Open seating to centre and side enclosed pews which have tip-up seats (originally for servants). Corona Lucis with metal flame forms and leaves. East end now choir; altar formed from vestment chest dated 1561 probably from Nuremburg; 2 panels from Book of Tobit and 3 figures. Organ to north from Edgeware in Victorian case. Lectern possibly C17, Spanish, octagonal shaft with finial and upright eagle. Pulpit dated 1660, from Chapel Royal, London, fielded panels and black- letter inscription. 2 choir stalls with misericords and desk, C17 English. Transept has Lomax chapel, now vestry, roof as nave with angel corbels; C20 screen has 4 C17 Flemish panels of life of Christ. Chancel arch has zig-zag moulding. Arcading to 3 sides with Creed, Commandments and Lord's Prayer. Open arcading to side and open lunettes, tunnel vault. Memorial to John Lomax, died 1827, rococo cartouche.

Listing NGR: SD7471610884


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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: 11 Jul 2000
Reference: IOE01/00900/07
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr David H Swain. Source Historic England Archive
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