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CHURCH OF ST THOMAS

List Entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: CHURCH OF ST THOMAS

List entry Number: 1256014

Location

CHURCH OF ST THOMAS, STANNINGLEY ROAD

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

County:

District: Leeds

District Type: Metropolitan Authority

Parish:

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: II

Date first listed: 11-Sep-1996

Date of most recent amendment: Not applicable to this List entry.

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 465365

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History

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Details

LEEDS

SE23SW STANNINGLEY ROAD, Stanningley 714-1/9/1115 (South side) Church of St Thomas

GV II

Anglican church. 1841. By H Rogerson. Organ chamber on N side and vestry on S side added 1870. Coursed squared gritstone ashlar, stone slate roof. Neo-Norman style. EXTERIOR: nave of 5 bays, pilasters between lancet windows in moulded arches with attached columns, moulded string at impost level. At the top of each pilaster is a circular iron tie-rod plate, corbel-table and parapet coping above. West tower of 3 stages: buttresses carried up as corner pilasters with slender attached columns to stage 3. Norman-style west entrance has double doors with scroll hinges, in surround with paired attached columns, zigzag and roll moulding to arch, and gable above with moulded coping and carved head at apex, 3 lancet windows in arcade and on N and S sides; clock in zigzag moulding to stage 2. Stage 3: paired lancets in moulded arch, columns with stiff-leaf capitals, corbel-table and gargoyles, moulded eaves and pyramid roof. Chancel added bays are flat-roofed, with round windows and corbel table; E end: 3 round-arched lancets, paired attached columns, zigzag ornament, animal masks; round window above. INTERIOR: nave roof barrel-vaulted with tie-rod trusses resting on corbels with short attached columns, W gallery with arcaded front panels, columns (?cast-iron) with reeded cushion capitals. Wide and high round arch to chancel, flanking circular piercings. Chancel: re-set brass rail to forward altar, polychrome tiled floors, white marble steps, E window with faded stained glass of the 1860s, 4 painted panels with Creed, Ten Commandments, Lord's Prayer. Brass eagle lectern in memory of Rachel Butler, 1888; on the S wall of the nave a marble memorial by A Welsh of Leeds in memory of John Butler of West Royd, d.1884, erected by the men of Stanningley Iron Works, their employer is recorded as 'A man distinguished for uprightness of character and kindness of heart'. The W gallery is reached by a straight flight of stone steps against the S wall of the tower, at the top of which is a balustrade of turned columns and handrail terminal with Romanesque-style muzzled lion's head in cast-iron. The foundation stone was laid on 5 November 1839 by John Farrar of Grove House, Pudsey. The consecration by the Bishop of Ripon took place on 29 March 1841 in the presence of Dean

Hook of Leeds and the Vicar of Bramley, of whose parish Stanningley formed a part. (Payne A, Rector of Stanningley (church booklet): St Thomas' Church Stanningley, 150th Anniversary 1841-1991).



Listing NGR: SE2273834678

Selected Sources

Other
Payne, A , St Thomas Church Stanningley 150th Anniversry 1841-1991 (Church Booklet),

National Grid Reference: SE 22738 34678

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