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Leeds (Metropolitan Authority)
Bramham cum Oglethorpe
National Grid Reference:
SE 42715 43036


BRAMHAM CUM OGLETHORPE VICARAGE LANE SE44SW (north side) LS23 1/55 Church of All Saints 30.3.66


Parish church. C12 and C13, altered and restored in C19 and C20. Magnesian limestone, stone slate roof. West tower, nave with north and south aisles, chancel. Tower of 3 offset stages, has on the west side at the 1st stage a round-headed window with jamb shafts and roll-moulded head and at the 2nd stage a round-headed lancet and a clockface, on the south side a very small lancet to each stage and a similar clockface, on each side of the 3rd stage a round-headed belfry window of 2 recessed round-headed lights and a colonette with cushion capital (these renewed following fire in 1874), a corbel table to a deep embattled parapet with corner pinnacles and 2 gargoyles in each outer side, and a short recessed octagonal spire. Three-bay nave has embattled parapet on a corbel table of small carved gargoyles interrupted by short carved pinnacles which define the bays. Buttressed 4-bay south aisle (4th bay making chapel) has a gabled porch to the 1st bay, with C19 2-centred outer doorway, protecting a 2-centred arched south doorway with 2 orders of colonettes carrying stiff-leaf capitals and with dog-tooth decoration in the head; west end of this aisle has a C13 window of 2 cusped lights with a trefoil in the head, the south side has C19 windows imitating this and the east end has a similar restored window. Chancel has 3 tall lancets rising from a sillband, a C19 east window of 4 lights with tracery in the head, and on the north side one lancet and a C19 vestry. Interior: C12 tower arch with piers which have 3 orders of moulding and cushion capitals; C12 north arcade of round-headed arches carried on unusually high columns with square caps, and C13 south arcade of double-chamfered 2-centred arches carried by tall octagonal piers with moulded caps, both with matching responds; 2-centred double-chamfered chancel arch with composite shafts and moulded tripartite caps, containing a C20 rood; chancel has 2-bay north arcade and l-bay south arcade, and trefoiled rere-arches to the lancet windows; various wall monuments to Fox Lane family of Bramham Park (q.v.), notably George (d.1773).

Listing NGR: SE4271543036


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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: 01 Oct 2000
Reference: IOE01/02956/26
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