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Sheffield (Metropolitan Authority)
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SK 30798 79672



SK37NW TOTLEY HALL LANE, Totley 784-1/12/889 (East side (off)) Church of All Saints


Parish church. Dated 1923. By Currie & Thompson of Derby for WA Milner. Random rubble with ashlar dressings and gabled and hipped plain tile roofs. Quoins. Romanesque style. PLAN: apsidal chancel with crypt, crossing tower, transepts and vestry, nave with clerestory and aisles, south-west porch. EXTERIOR: windows and arches are mainly round-headed. Single bay chancel has arcaded corbel table with 5 small windows set in it. Crypt has 2 shouldered windows to east, with a foundation stone above them. To south, a similar window and to north, a shouldered door. Gabled square crossing tower, single stage, has to north and south, 3 graduated flat-headed lights, and to east and west, a louvred bell opening. Transepts have flanking buttresses to gables, with graduated triple lancets. North transept has coped side wall stack. South transept has to east a lean-to vestry with 2 small windows above and 2 larger openings below. Nave clerestory has 4 small square windows on each side. West end has a graduated triple window and flanking buttresses. North aisle has central buttress flanked by 2 shouldered windows. West end has a round-headed window. South aisle has similar fenestration with another buttress to west. West end has hipped porch with recessed round-arched door. Flat headed inner double door with dated wrought-ironwork. INTERIOR: chancel has rendered domed vault and piscina on bracket. Crossing has beamed ceiling and north and south arches, that to south to transept chapel, that to north to organ chamber. South transept has round-arched door to vestry. North-east impost has inscription. Nave has 2-bay arcades and transverse arches with double round-arched openings in the spandrels. Common rafter roof with collars. North and south aisles have similar lean-to roofs and transverse arches. Arches at the east ends, that to north with wooden screen. FITTINGS include chamfered square ashlar font, wooden screen to crossing incorporating octagonal pulpit and sounding board, panelled stalls and desks, and slatted altar rail, all mid C20. (Researches by G Hague, Sheffield City Council).

Listing NGR: SK3079879672


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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: 27 Apr 2001
Reference: IOE01/03824/02
Rights: Copyright IoE Mrs Barbara A West. Source Historic England Archive
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