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Church of All Saints

A Grade II* Listed Building in Coddington, Nottinghamshire

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Latitude: 53.0811 / 53°4'52"N

Longitude: -0.755 / 0°45'18"W

OS Eastings: 483492

OS Northings: 354493

OS Grid: SK834544

Mapcode National: GBR CLJ.V82

Mapcode Global: WHFHJ.CTQ9

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 16 January 1967

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1157230

English Heritage Legacy ID: 242652

Location: Coddington, Newark and Sherwood, Nottinghamshire, NG24

County: Nottinghamshire

District: Newark and Sherwood

Civil Parish: Coddington

Built-Up Area: Coddington

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Newark-upon-Trent with Coddington

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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Listing Text

(east side)

Church of All Saints

16-1-67 II*

Parish church. C13, C14, reconstructed c.1864 by G. F. Bodley. Ashlar,
with evidence of coursed rubble at the base. Tiled roofs with decorated
ridge and ridge crosses to chancel and porch. Tower, nave, north and south
aisles, south porch and chancel. The church is buttressed and has a string
course running under the windows and over the south chancel door, it is
interrupted by the porch and does not extend to the west end of the north
aisle or the tower. The C13 and C14 tower, of 2 stages with string course
at the junction, has to the west on the 1st floor a single lancet window
with hoodmould over and label stops. To the bell tower are four 2-light
traceried windows with hoodmoulds. The embattled tower has 4 crocketed
pinnacles, guttering runs under with 2 remaining spouts. The west wall of
the north aisle has a 2-light arched, traceried window with hoodmould and
label stops. The north has a blocked door to the aisle, with hoodmould
supported on imposts. There are 2 square headed, traceried windows.
The vestry has 2 lancet windows and single ashlar stack, the east wall has
a square headed window with tracery. The chancel window is traceried and
arched with 3 lights. The south chancel has a door with moulded arch and
2-light square headed window with tracery. The east window of the south
aisle is arched and traceried with 3 lights and quatrefoil, there is a hood-
mould and label stops. Under the gable is a single quatrefoil with hood-
mould. The 2 south aisle windows are both arched with 2 lights and quatre-
foil, with hoodmould over. The coped, gabled and diagonally buttressed
porch has a single quatrefoil to its east and west side. There is a moulded
arch over the porch gate. The west south aisle wall has a 2-light traceried
and arched window with hoodmould. The interior porch has a C13 doorway with
plain capitals supporting an arch with dogtooth moulding. There is a hood-
mould over. Interior. The nave is separated from the aisles by a C13
arcade of 3 bays to either side, having octagonal piers with nailhead
moulding on the capitals to the north and cylindrical piers with plain
capitals to the south, both supporting chamfered arches. There is an arch
to the tower containing the circular font and an arch from the north aisle
to the organ chamber. The chancel and nave are separated by a carved oak
and gilt screen, c.1890 by Bodley, with an arch over. In the chancel are
arches over the south door, the north door to vestry and the organ chamber
The furnishings are by Bodley, apart from 3 pews at the back of the north
aisle which are C15 with poppyheads and blind tracery to their ends. The
chancel has encaustic tiling to the floor, oak choir stalls with brass
candlesticks and altar rail with gold decoration. In place of a sedilia
is a gold. decorated oak settle with a heavy and elaborately carved canopy
over. The gilt;.and coloured reredos is elaborately carved, and has in
the centres decorated cross inset with colourless stones. There is an oak
and gilt altar table and a piscina to the south wall with encaustic tiles
behind. The ceiling has gilt and coloured panels which extend to the top of
the walls. On the east wall are fragments of the original wall painting.
The stained glass windows are by William Morris, Burne-Jones and Ford
Madox Brown.

Listing NGR: SK8349254493

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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