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City of Wolverhampton (Metropolitan Authority)
Non Civil Parish
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SO 89773 99396


This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 11/02/2014

SO89NE 895-1/4/91

WOLVERHAMPTON, TETTENHALL ROAD (North side), Church of St Jude 03/02/77 II

Church. 1867-9, by George Bidlake; later C19 spire by T.H.Fleeming. Rock-faced stone with ashlar dressings; tile roofs. Chancel and north organ loft and south vestry; 4-bay nave with transepts and lean-to aisles; south west steeple. Decorated Gothic style. Chancel has coped gable and shallow offset buttresses; 4-light east window and traceried lancet to north; gabled organ loft has 2-light window; vestry has gablet, 3-light window and stack to east. Transepts have 4-light windows; aisles have 2-light windows between shallow offset buttresses; north aisle has 3-light window to west of gabled porch and 2-light west window; clerestories have 2-light segmental-pointed windows; 4-light west window has trefoil over and gable cross. 4-stage tower to left has angle buttresses and south-west stair turret; west entrance of one order on squat shafts and south 2-light window with plate tracery, weathering over; 2nd stage has lancets; 3rd stage has roundels for clock faces; top stage has 2-light louvred bell openings; top openwork parapet with pinnacles and flying buttresses to octagonal spire. INTERIOR: chancel arch with short corbelled shafts, scissor trusses to roof; arcading to east wall with central reredos with roof and gablet on marble shafts flanked by Creed and Commandment panels; timber altar; nave arcades on round polished granite piers with stiff leaf capitals and similar arches to transepts; C20 false ceiling; low glazed screens to west. Stalls with arcaded fronts; brass altar rail; timber pulpit on stone base has parquetry in arcading, bowed seat to left; brass lectern with angels on pinnacles; octagonal font on squat pier, richly carved arcading. Stained glass to east window, 1869, and to west window; chancel south wall memorial to Mary Davis (d.1886) with richly carved Gothic aedicule; south transept has war memorial. (The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Staffordshire: London: 1974-: P.325).

Listing NGR: SO8977399396

This List entry has been amended to add the source for War Memorials Online. This source was not used in the compilation of this List entry but is added here as a guide for further reading, 27 October 2017.


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Books and journals
Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Staffordshire, (1974), 325
War Memorials Online, accessed 27 October 2017 from


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: 24 Mar 2002
Reference: IOE01/04557/32
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