St Augustine, Church Lane

St Augustine, Church Lane, Hedon East Riding of Yorkshire HU12 8EL View on map

Grade I listed 13th century parish church of national importance; little altered except for the crossing tower of 1428, and the restoration of 1868-76 by G E Street. Important furnishings and fittings include an outstanding late 14th century font, stained glass by Wailes and Son, dated 1878, of which the best are the 2 east windows of the south aisle; a fine brass eagle lectern dated 1876, given by J W Rawson; and Royal Arms (1741) in the north transept. Notable monuments are: 13th century black marble tomb cover in the north transept; 14th century effigy of man with sword and purse in the chancel; and a Baroque cartouche to Ann Watson (1721) in the north transept

Contact

  • Grant Recipient

    PCC of Hedon
  • Contact for access

    Mr Warren Branton

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