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Boston (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TF 32456 42683





Parish Church. 1911 by Temple Moore and some internal works of 1939. Porch of 1956. Red brick, cement render, ashlar dressings, plain tile roof. PLAN: nave and aisles, all 3 separately roofed, south porch, south meeting room. EXTERIOR: west end of 3 gables, the nave having a tall 3-light window with cross mullions and hood. To either side the gables have high level 3-light windows with sill band and hood. In the apex is a vent. On the north gable a bellcote on a buttress with pent canopy with wooden shingle cladding. The north aisle has a plinth and 3 stepped buttresses. Windows of 2, 3, and 4 lights, with flat heads and hoods, with plain pairs of vents beneath. At the east end of the aisle is a 2-light pointed window with flowing tracery. The chancel on the north side has a 5-light window. At low level is the foundation stone, recording the building of the chancel in 1911. The east window is pointed of 3-lights with reticulated tracery. The east end of the south aisle has a 3-light flat-headed window at low level, and a 2-light pointed window above. On the south side the vestry with meeting room above has two 3-light windows, one above the other, and the projecting gabled bay which contains the staircase has at high level 2-light window with cusped heads. The south side of the nave has a recessed doorway with a lean-to roof forming a porch with an adjacent brick stack. The tympanum is half-timbered and the porch opening has an ogee timber head and a carving of St Christopher and child in a small brattished gabled canopy. The south side has 3 windows of 2, 3, and 4 lights as the north. The porch is in brick, gabled, with battered side buttresses. It contains in a niche over the door a stone carved figure of St Thomas kneeling to the risen Christ, 1956 by Philip Pape. INTERIOR: 3-bay nave arcades with octagonal piers and double chamfered pointed arches. A shield to a saint on each pier. Steeply pointed plain arch at west end to form western bay. Barrel vaulted planked roof, painted with panels at eastern ends. Simple Arts and Crafts fittings including contemporary solid oak pews, choir stalls, reader's desk, chancel screen with carved lights and moulded canopy, north chapel screen, communion rail with quatrefoils and pulpit dated 1912. Rood with painted tympanum dated 1939. Small C19 font from original church and carved octagonal C19 font from the redundant parish church of Wispington. HISTORY: the earlier iron church was built in 1885 and demolished in 1911.

Listing NGR: TF3245642683


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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: 24 Jul 2007
Reference: IOE01/16546/13
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Peter D. Dewar. Source Historic England Archive
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