CHURCH OF HOLY TRINITY HOLY TRINITY CHURCH

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
I
List Entry Number:
1259980
Date first listed:
13-Oct-1966
Date of most recent amendment:
12-Oct-1987
Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF HOLY TRINITY, MAIN STREET
Statutory Address:
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, MAIN STREET

Map

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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
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Location

Statutory Address:
CHURCH OF HOLY TRINITY, MAIN STREET
Statutory Address:
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, MAIN STREET

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

County:
Nottinghamshire
District:
Rushcliffe (District Authority)
Parish:
Wysall
National Grid Reference:
SK 60424 27131

Details

WYSALL MAIN STREET SK 62 NW (west side) 6/150 Church of Holy Trinity (formerly 13.10.66 listed as Holy Trinity Church) G.V. I Parish church. C12, C13, C14, C15, C17, C19, restored 1874. Dressed coursed rubble, some ashlar, weatherboarding to east nave. Slate, plain tile and lead roofs. Coped gables with single ridge crosses to the east chancel and porch. Tower, nave, south aisle, south porch and chancel. Diagonal buttressed single stage embattled C13 tower topped with spire with 4 lucarnes. Remains of 2 gargoyles to the west, north and south sides. West side has a single arched C14 window with single transom with 2 cinquefoil arched lights above and below, cusped tracery, hood mould and worn label stops. In the south wall is a single C13 lancet. The east side has evidence of former nave roof. The 4 C14 arched 2 light bell chamber openings have cusped tracery, over that on the east side is a single clock face. The north wall with C12 masonry has a C12 arched doorway with hood mould and remains of single right human head label stop. To the left and set high into the wall is a single small C12 arched light. Further left are 2 C14 arched windows each with 2 trefoil arched lights. In the C15 clerestory are 2 restored windows each with 2 trefoil arched lights under a flat arch. The north and east chancel walls are set on plinths the north chancel with no openings, the east chancel has a single C17 3 light ashlar mullion window under a flat arch with segmental arched hood mould. The rebuilt south chancel has a single C14 3 light window with cusped tracery under a flat arch, remains of 2 human head label stops. To the left is a round chamfered arched doorway and on the far left a single C14 2 light window with cusped tracery, under a flat arch. The east end of the south aisle has a single C14 window with cusped tracery. The buttressed south wall has a single C14 arched window with 2 trefoil arched lights. The C19 gabled porch with double chamfered arched entrance, hood mould and label stops has an inner chamfered arched doorway with imposts, hood mould and worn human head label stops. To the left is a single similar 2 light window. The clerestory corresponds to the north, however there are 3 windows. Interior. 3 bay C15 nave arcade, the east pier consisting of single central jamb flanked by single engaged octagonal columns, west octagonal column and octagonal responds. The west respond and the west side of the east pier with capitals decorated with upright nobly leaves. The remainder with moulded capitals. Double chamfered arches, the west pier with stops to the outer order forming carved heads. Tall C13 double chamfered tower arch, the inner order supported on foliate decorated corbels. Fine C15 chancel screen with open panel tracery, the east side with 4 misericords. In the south chancel is a single trefoil arched piscina, to the right is a single C14 stoup with carved human head. Reredos with 7 bay blind arcading. To the left of the north east nave window is a small rectangular niche. C15 nave roof with bosses carved in the shape of heads. C15 chancel roof with arched wind braces. C17 altar table with turned legs. C15 pulpit with blind traceried panels. C13 bulbous circular font. 3 C17 benches. Medieval ladder to bell chamber. C18 candelabra in the chancel. Benefactions board on north wall of the nave. Heraldic painted wooden memorial to George Widmerpool, 1689. In the chancel is an alabaster memorial to Hugh Armstrong of Thorpe, 1572 and his wife, Mary. The sides of the tomb are decorated with 7 figures and shields. The recumbant figures are in contemporary dress, he as a knight with feet resting on a lion and head on a visor, she with head on a pillow.

Listing NGR: SK6042227130

Legacy

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Legacy System number:
441885
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.

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Date: 13 Jan 2005
Reference: IOE01/13396/13
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