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Church of St Barnabas

A Grade II Listed Building in Bradwell, Derbyshire

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Latitude: 53.3264 / 53°19'34"N

Longitude: -1.7386 / 1°44'19"W

OS Eastings: 417504

OS Northings: 381081

OS Grid: SK175810

Mapcode National: GBR JY9Z.D9

Mapcode Global: WHCCM.8NB9

Plus Code: 9C5W87G6+GG

Entry Name: Church of St Barnabas

Listing Date: 12 October 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1087832

English Heritage Legacy ID: 80611

ID on this website: 101087832

Location: St Barnabas's Church, Bradwell, Derbyshire Dales, Derbyshire, S33

County: Derbyshire

District: Derbyshire Dales

Civil Parish: Bradwell

Built-Up Area: Bradwell

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Bradwell St Barnabas

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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1/4 (East Side)
Church of St Barnabas

Church. 1867-8 by CC Townsend, tower added 1888-91. Coursed, squared,rock-faced
limestone with gritstone dressings and quoins. Plinth. Steeply pitched
Westmorland slate roofs. Pierced terracota ridge tiles to nave. Gabled
bellcote to east gable of nave. Ridge crosses to chancel and nave gables.
Stone coped gables with moulded kneelers. South-west tower, nave, lower chancel and
north vestry. West elevation has three stage tower with stepped, full-height,
corner buttresses. Central pair of trefoil headed lancets to ground floor.
Stringcourse and single central lancet above. Clock face over.
Further stringcourse with louvred, flat headed, 2-light bell openings with
flowing tracery to all sides, over. Moulded stringcourse with gargoyles to all
sides above and embattled parapets. To north, nave with steps up to central,
continuously moulded, double chamfered doorcase with hoodmould. Plank door.
Two large lancets over, with recessed central quatrefoil window between to top.
Two flush bands of contrasting gritstone in gable. North elevation has
diagonal stepped buttress to western corner and five tall lancets. To east,
later north vestry with flat headed 4-light chamfered mullion window with
pointed lights and central major mullion. To either side, gableted corner
buttresses. Pointed doorcase and trefoil headed lancet to east wall of vestry.
East window of three stepped chamfered lancets. Diagonal buttresses either
side. Two contrasting gritstone bands in gable . Below, stone plaque inscribed
'AD 1867 THS XP'. Two chamfered lancets to south chancel wall. Stepped
buttress between chancel and nave. Nave has four similar lancet windows.
Projecting tower to west has pointed south door with chamfered jambs, moulded
top and hood over. Above, nodding ogeed niche. Interior has wide chamfered
chancel arch with wooden tie across, supporting crucifix. Crown post roof.
Chancel has organ bay to north with trefoil headed piscina beyond to east.
East window has roll moulded arches on thin shafts. Cusped wooden altar and
altar back. To south, three seats set in arched recesses. Early C18 carved
panels reused in pulpit and as chancel rails. C19 stone font with octagonal
stem and bowl.

Listing NGR: SK1750481081

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