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Newark and Sherwood (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SK 79424 47616



5/21 Church of St. Michael 16-1-67 G.V. II*

Parish Church, disused. C12, C14, C15, reduced in size, probably in C18, partly rebuilt c.1832, turret erected 1890. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings. Tiled roof with stone coped gables, that to the east being moulded either side of the ridge and at the base. The turret has an ashlar and lead base with timber supporting the roof and damaged weather vane. Nave and chancel under single roof, west turret with pyramidal roof, south porch. The church is set on a shallow plinth and is buttressed. The west wall has a 2-light window with cusping and triangular head. To the north of the south buttress is a small ashlar, brick and tile lean-to with wooden door. To the west of the north wall are two 3-light windows with cusping, triangular heads and hood moulds over. The east wall has an arched 3 light window with reticulated tracery, having a centre circle under the apex which contains 3 trefoils. There is a hood mould with gauged coursed rubble over. The south wall has 4 arched windows. The eastern most one has 3 lights with flowing tracery and a hood mould. The off-centre east window has 4 lights with panel tracery, cusping and hood mould. The off-centre west has 3 lights with flowing tracery, quatrefoils and hood mould. The western most window has 3 lights with cusping and is under a triangular arch with hood mould. The ashlar, coursed rubble and pantile porch has a stone coped parapet hiding the roof line. Over the entrance arch is a stone dated 1830. The interior porch doorway has a chamfered arch with hood mould over. The interior has to the east of the door a C14 piscina with cusped arch and crocketed hood mould with a single remaining label stop to the east and carved head as a finial. The west wall has a single corbel flanked by single larger corbels. Above is a small triangular headed opening. There is a C14 octagonal font. To the south wall are 2 C14 monuments, both partly hidden by the wall and raised floor. That to the east is decorated along its sides with lozenges containing shields and has a single column at each corner supporting the top. The second monument has quatrefoils and shields decorating the sides. There is an C18 kingpost roof, with some remains of C18 panelling to the wall.

Listing NGR: SK7942447616


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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 Jun 2001
Reference: IOE01/07417/30
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Terence G. Onyon. Source Historic England Archive
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