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Stratford-on-Avon (District Authority)
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SP 16707 52499



SP15SE VILLAGE STREET 1931-1/4/64 (South side (off)) 02/08/72 Church of All Saints


Church. 1871-72. By John Cotton. Coursed blue lias with sandstone ashlar and buff brick dressings; tile roofs. STYLE: Gothic. PLAN: 2-bay chancel and 3-bay nave with north-east angle tower and north porch. EXTERIOR: off-set buttresses and coped gables. Chancel has off-set angle buttresses; brick cornice and sill course; 3-light east window has hood with stops, foundation stone below dated 1871 with cross in circle; 2 traceried lights to north, and one to south next to canted vestry projection with short finial and east entrance with shouldered lintel. Nave has tower to north-east angle with diagonal buttress, cinquefoil to east with dripstone and north lancet; string course and broached octagonal stage with slots; pointed bell-openings and swept slate spire with wind vane; north side has 2-light window and lancet, open timber gabled porch has trefoil-headed lights on low stone walls, enriched front framing and bargeboards with finial; pierced-work inner fascias; inner door has chamfered reveals and double-chamfered arch to paired doors. South side has 2-light window with flanking lancets. West end has diagonal buttresses and lancets flanking tall central buttress. INTERIOR: chancel has coupled rafter roof, recess to organ loft with vestry entrance to left and moulded chancel arch on musical angel corbels, chancel steps with stencilled texts; nave has scissor truss roof. Fittings: plain stalls and pews; stone pulpit with cross and dog-tooth moulding, some remaining paint; font from old church on reused churchyard cross base with octagonal stage on square plinth and quatrefoil frieze. Monuments: brass wall tablets, including one to west wall in cusped arch with marble columns; inscription indecipherable. Stained glass: a good and complete set of c1870 windows. Church replaces one on site to north of village green, believed to have been the place of William Shakespeare's marriage. (Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Warwickshire: Harmondsworth: 1966-: 346; All Saints Church Luddington: Luddington: 1970-1990).

Listing NGR: SP1670752499


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Books and journals
Pevsner, N, Wedgwood, A, The Buildings of England: Warwickshire, (1966), 346
'Luddington' in All Saints Church Luddington, (1970-1990)


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: 30 Aug 2004
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