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Church of All Saints

A Grade I Listed Building in Winterton, North Lincolnshire

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Latitude: 53.6556 / 53°39'20"N

Longitude: -0.5968 / 0°35'48"W

OS Eastings: 492831

OS Northings: 418590

OS Grid: SE928185

Mapcode National: GBR SV85.L9

Mapcode Global: WHGG0.SCZX

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 6 November 1967

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1117004

English Heritage Legacy ID: 442397

Location: Winterton, North Lincolnshire, DN15

County: North Lincolnshire

Civil Parish: Winterton

Built-Up Area: Winterton

Traditional County: Lincolnshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lincolnshire

Church of England Parish: Winterton All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lincoln

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Listing Text

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9/48 Church of All Saints



Church. Mid Cll tower and nave, early-mid C13 nave aisles, transepts and
upper stage to tower, later C13 chancel, C14 south door and windows to
aisles and transepts. Mid C17 restorations, C18 north porch. C19 vestry.
Restorations 1903-4 by C. Hodgeson Fowler included addition of nave
clerestory and tower parapet, rebuilding chancel gable and re-roofing and
re-flooring throughout. Engaged west tower flanked by aisles, 3-bay aisled
nave with north and south porches, 2-bay north and south transepts, 3-bay
chancel with 2-bay vestry adjoining north side. Coursed limestone rubble
with ashlar dressings. Slate roofs. 4-stage tower: plinth, quoins and
chamfered string courses to first 3 stages. Tall first stage has west door
with low arched lintel and later lancet above. Stepped-in second stage has
twin round-headed belfry openings with cylindrical mid-wall shafts and
cushion capitals. Circular sound-holes to 3rd stage, obscured on south by
C19 clockface. 4th stage has tall twin pointed belfry openings with nook
shafts and central chamfered shaft. C20 corbel table, spouts and embattled
parapet with crocketed pinnacles. West ends of aisles flanking tower have
chamfered plinth, buttresses, moulded cillband and pointed 3-light windows
with intersecting tracery. South aisle: chamfered plinth, buttresses,
square-headed windows of 2 and 3 trefoiled lights, North aisle: blocked
square opening, C18 lancet, 3-light pointed window with intersecting
tracery. Transepts: plinth, quoins, moulded cillband; 2 east lancets, those
to north and south with hoodmoulds; 4-light north and south windows with
Curvilinear tracery and hoodmoulds. Chancel: chamfered plinth, angle and
mid buttresses; 2 lancets to north and south, plate-traceried south window
with 2-lights and circle above, pointed chamfered priest's door, all with
hoodmoulds and carved stops; C20 pointed 3-light east window and pinnacled
gable. Vestry has lancets and pointed north door with oval light above.
North porch has blocked pointed door, pedimented gable and pointed interior
vault. South porch: pointed outer arch with inner shafted order, flanked by
pair of trefoiled niches with a third in C20 rebuilt gable above. Pointed
inner door of 2 shafted orders with roll-moulded arch: ogee-headed niche
above with ornate carved base and crocketed canopy flanked by pinnacled
buttresses. Original door with ornate strap hinges. Interior. Narrow
round-headed windows to north and south sides of tower; round-headed tower
arch with a narrow flat-headed doorway above. Nave arcades of double-
chamfered pointed arches with hoodmoulds and carved headstops on octagonal
piers with moulded bases, finely-carved foliate capitals (one C19) and
bold mid-shaft collars, keeled to north, dog-tooth moulded to south.
Keeled and triple-shafted west responds; broad filleted responds to east,
with a plain moulded capital to south and a re-used Romanesque capital to
north with animal carving. South transept: dog-tooth hoodmould to one
lancet; rectangular aumbry and pointed chamfered piscina. Similar piscina
to north transept. Pointed chamfered chancel arch of 3 orders on filleted
responds; plain moulded capital to north, foliate capital to south.
Restored piscina to chancel. Mutilated brass in chancel floor to John Rudd
and two wives, of 1504; carved stone tablet on south wall to Peter Gering
1590, with arms and full achievement. Late C18-early C19 marble wall
tablets in chancel and south aisle. Present font C19; earlier font in south
transept has octagonal bowl on re-used foliate capital with nailhead
moulding to abacus. N. Pevsner and J. Harris, The Buildings of England:
Lincolnshire, 1978, 424-5; H. & J. Taylor, Anglo-Saxon Architecture, Volume
2, 1965, 674-5. Drawing by C Nattes, 1794, Banks Collection, Lincoln City

Listing NGR: SE9282718589

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