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Church of All Saints

A Grade II* Listed Building in Withybrook, Warwickshire

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Latitude: 52.4534 / 52°27'12"N

Longitude: -1.3584 / 1°21'30"W

OS Eastings: 443695

OS Northings: 284136

OS Grid: SP436841

Mapcode National: GBR 7N4.5CW

Mapcode Global: VHCT9.DLQK

Plus Code: 9C4WFJ3R+9J

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 6 October 1960

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1034860

English Heritage Legacy ID: 308898

Location: Withybrook, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV7

County: Warwickshire

Civil Parish: Withybrook

Traditional County: Warwickshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Warwickshire

Church of England Parish: Withybrook All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Coventry

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Listing Text

7/32 Church of All Saints
- II*

Church. Rebuilt C14. Late C15 tower, clerestory and chapel. Also in late C15
chancel partly rebuilt and aisles widened. Restored 1821 and 1890. Regular
coursed grey sandstone. Roofs of lead to aisles, artificial slate to nave,
plain-tiles to chancel and porch. Coped gable parapets throughout, except porch.
Aisled nave, chancel, north chapel, north-west tower, south porch. Perpendicular
style. 2-bay chancel, 3-bay nave. Chancel has splay plinth. South-east diagonal
buttress. Buttresses are mostly of 2 offsets throughout. Large renewed 5-light
east window has moulded stops. Hood moulds throughout. Gable has remains of
small carved head. Gable parapet has weatherings and cross finial. South
buttress. Small chamfered doorway has hood mould and C19 plank door.
Double-chamfered eastern window has C19 tracery of 3 lancets and piercings.
3-light western window has moulded stops. South porch of one storey and attic.
Moulded and chamfered doorway has renewed jambs. Double-chamfered square opening
above. Straight-headed east and west windows of 2 ogee lights. Moulded segmental
pointed doorway inside. Ancient door has blind tracery panels and some carving.
Aisle has splay and hollow-chamfered plinth. Slender east and west buttresses of
3 offsets rise into trefoiled gableted pinnacles. 3-light east window.
Basket-arched 3-light south-east window. 2-light south-west window has head
stops. Nave has south-west diagonal buttress. 3-bay south, and 2-bay north,
clerestory has windows similar to porch. Hollow-chamfered cornice, Large 3-light
west window has renewed curvilinear tracery. C19 square stack with octagonal
shaft in north-east corner. North aisle and chapel in one. Splay plinth and
diagonal buttress of 2 offsets. 3-light east window has deep splayed jambs.
North side has 4 buttresses. Eastern bay has no window. Three 3-light windows.
Short north-west tower has hollow-chamfered plinth. North-west diagonal buttress
of 3 offsets. South-west buttress merges with stair projection. West doorway of
2 chamfered orders has C19 plank door with decorative ironwork. Splayed course
above. 2-light west window above. Door and window have hood mould with return
stops. Bell openings of paired trefoiled lancets to each side, recessed under
straight head to north, east and south. Moulded cornice and parapet. Interior
has arches and arcades throughout of 2 chamfered orders with octagonal piers or
half-octagonal responds and moulded capitals, and continuous outer order.
Chancel has remains of C15 Easter sepulchre in north wall, discovered in 1848.
Damaged moulded Perpendicular arch and base with blind arcading. Recess has
remains of 3 carved figures, including a central angel, and traces of stencilled
decoration. C19 boarded barrel chancel roof. Chancel arch has lower half of
north respond missing; upper part has trefoiled lancet recess. Nave has renewed
Perpendicular roof, but retaining old moulded east and west tie-beans. 2-bay
north and 3-bay south arcades. South arcade has heads between each arch; western
pier has band of rosettes and fleurons. North chapel, now vestry, has moulded
half-octagonal corbel brackets in eastern angles, with remains of canopy to
north. Chapel and aisle have lean-to roof with some old timbers. Chamfered tower
doorway has studded plank door. South-west wall of tower has stone inscribed
trefoiled ogee piscina. Renewed lean-to roof. Fittings: font, possibly late C12,
has round basin, moulded foot and square base. Late C17 altar rails with C19
turned balusters. C18 half-hexagonal wood pulpit has fielded panels with shaped
tops. C18 chest. C19 encaustic tiles; pews and stalls. Chapel screen made up of
panels, possibly from box pews. Stained glass: C15 fragments in south aisle east
window. Monuments: north chapel: Sir Christopher Wright, 1602. Chest tomb has 2
inscription panels with festoons and incised slab, and armorial back panel.
Chancel south wall: Thomas Arnold, 1781. Oval plaque with architectural
(V.C.H.: Warwickshire, Vol.VI, pp.267-268; Buildings of England: Warwickshire,
p.475; J.A. Cossins: Excursion to Monks Kirby, Withybrook etc., in Transactions
of Birmingham Archaeological Society, 1914, Vol.40, pp.46-49 National Monuments

Listing NGR: SP4369584136

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