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Doncaster (Metropolitan Authority)
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SE 62192 04891


SOUTH YORKSHIRE DONCASTER 5096 SE60SW ARMTHORPE CHURCH STREET (south side) 3/1 Church of St. Mary 5th June 1968 (formerly listed as Church of St. Leonard). - II Church. C11, C12 and C15 restored and extended 1885 for patron Lord Auckland of Edenthorpe. Cement rendered, graduated slate roofs. 3-bay nave with north aisle and west belfry, narrower 2-bay chancel with north chapel and C20 north vestry. Nave: exposed quoins. C19 porch on left has chamfered, pointed arch with hoodmould beneath coped gable with cross; c1200 south doorway within has old door beneath chamfered, 2-order round arch with renewed shafts and plain hood. On left of porch is a restored, round-headed slit window; on right a C15, cusped, square-headed 3-light window flanked by C12 round-headed slit windows; to their right a square-headed, ogee- traceried, single-light window. Ashlar gable copings with east cross; square belfry with louvred sides and shingle-covered pyramidal roof. C19 west window of 3 cusped lights beneath square head with hoodmould; gable slit. Separately-roofed north aisle of 1885 has chamfered plinth and Tudor-arched, 3-light west window with hoodmould; square-headed north windows of 2 and 3 lights. Chancel: lower and with quoins as nave. Small priests door with chamfered, quoined surround and ogee-soffit lintel; on its left a square- headed, ogee-traceried, single-light window; on right a similar window of 2 lights. C19 east window of 3 lights with pointed, hollow-chamfered surround and hoodmould; ashlar gable copings with cross. Chapel set back on right has a square-headed 3-light window with cusping and hoodmould. Interior: pointed medieval diaphragm arch on corbels beneath belfry; deep embrasures to the Cl2 south windows. C19 north arcade with octagonal piers and moulded capitals to double-chamfered arches. Chancel arch: probably C11; plain round arch with chamfered imposts, that on south carved with crosses and zig-zag motif; lancet-headed piscina with square bowl. Monuments: wall monument in north aisle to George Cooke Yarborough of Streethorpe (d.1818); grey marble panel with inscription on white tablet beneath cornice on consoles, by Lockwood of Doncaster. Another to George Cooke of Carr House (d.1892).

Listing NGR: SE6219204891


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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: 09 Sep 2006
Reference: IOE01/15949/22
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