CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II*
List Entry Number:
1204105
Date first listed:
20-Jun-1966
Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS

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Location

Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS

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

County:
North Yorkshire
District:
Hambleton (District Authority)
Parish:
Pickhill with Roxby
National Grid Reference:
SE 34720 83754

Details

PICKHILL WITH ROXBY

SE 38 SW 4/35 Church of All Saints GV II * 20.6.66

Church. C12, C13, C14, C15 and late C19 restoration by G E Street. Coursed squared stone and ashlar, graduated stone slate roof. West tower, nave, north aisle, south porch, chancel with north chapel and vestry. 3-stage tower, late C15, with offset diagonal buttresses and wide angle buttress to east of south front which forms stair tower with 3 slit openings; single- light chamfered opening and clockface to second stage; 2-light flat-headed cusped belfry window; band; embattled parapet with pinnacles at each corner. West window, C19,3-light pointed-arched with hoodmould. Nave: C13, 3 bays. Gabled wooden late C19 south porch masks inner board door which has a Norman doorway with 2 orders of shafts carrying scalloped capitals and zigzags in the arch. To right of porch two C19 windows: 3-light, plate-traceried pointed-arched with hoodmoulds. Stone coping and gable cross. North aisle has C19 one-light windows apart from the one to west which is C13 of 2- lights with plate tracery. Chancel: C13, two bays with plinth and offset diagonal buttresses to east end. A plain board priests' doorway to left- hand side; to right two 2-light pointed-arched cusped windows. Stone coping and gable cross. East window of c1300: 3-light, pointed-arched with intersecting tracery. North chapel and vestry: C19; 2-light east window as nave, windows to north similar. Interior: north arcade: early C13, 3 bays, having quatrefoil piers with octagonal abaci and double-chamfered arches. Chancel arch: Norman with nook-shafts, scalloped capitals, cross along the imposts and zigzag work in the arch. Effigy of a knight in chancel late C13, probably Sir Andrew Nevill of Pickhill. Font: 1662, octagonal with initials and simple geometric patterns. Architectural fragments under the tower: a C10 Anglo-Danish fragment with a dragon, Jellingein style. 1 small fragment with a human figure and part of a hogback tombstone with bear. Part of the cornice beam with hare and hounds and human heads.

Listing NGR: SE3472083754

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
332261
Legacy System:
LBS

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: 10 Feb 2003
Reference: IOE01/09871/29
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr K. Paver. Source Historic England Archive
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