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Wakefield (Metropolitan Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SE 48036 24150


KNOTTINGLEY PONTEFRACT ROAD SE42SE (south side) Ferrybridge Church of St. Andrew 5/39 18.12.1963 (formerly listed in Ferrybridge) - II Church. C12 and c.1500; restored in C19 and removed to this site with alterations, 1952-3. Magnesian limestone blocks, brought to courses (now cladding internal structure of modern common brick), slate roof. Nave embracing west tower, north porch, south aisle (formerly north aisle), chancel with south chapel. Short 4-bay nave has in centre of north side a gabled porch protecting late C12 2-centred arched doorway with 2 orders of chamfer and colonnettes with waterleaf capitals, hoodmould with nail-head decoration (former south doorway re-located in this position when church was moved); to the left of porch, a C19 arched 2-light window, and left of this a C15 square-headed 4-light window with ogee-traceried heads; to right of porch, a cusped lancet, and further right 2 small lancets on different levels (this part being stair turret to tower). Tower has a round-headed west window in the lower and its upper stage (breaking through nave) has square belfry louvres, dripmould, and embattled parapet. Chancel has two 2-light windows of similar form, and similar 3-light east window. South aisle (formerly north aisle) has C19 windows of similar design, (modern flat-roof vestry attached at east end, not of special interest). Interior: round-headed tower arch with moulded imposts, and in outer wall of tower a C12 round-headed west window with splayed reveal; 2-centred double- chamfered chancel arch with moulded caps to responds; 3-bay aisle arcade and 2-bay chapel arcade, both with octagonal columns, moulded caps, and 2-centred double-chamfered arches; tub font with reeded decoration to the side (perhaps C12); wall monuments include (i) in south aisle, a fine carved cartouche to Eleanor Crowle (d.1765) with angel head on apron; (ii) wall tablet to George Crowle (d.1744), in aedicule with broken pediment and apron with similar angel head.

Listing NGR: SE4803624150


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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: 03 Oct 1999
Reference: IOE01/01244/23
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Geoff Batchelor. Source Historic England Archive
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