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Church of All Saints

A Grade II* Listed Building in Church Lawton, Cheshire East

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Latitude: 53.0987 / 53°5'55"N

Longitude: -2.2678 / 2°16'4"W

OS Eastings: 382164

OS Northings: 355759

OS Grid: SJ821557

Mapcode National: GBR 01Q.PH3

Mapcode Global: WHBCD.4CCS

Plus Code: 9C5V3PXJ+FV

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 14 February 1967

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1161743

English Heritage Legacy ID: 56495

ID on this website: 101161743

Location: All Saints' Church, Red Bull, Cheshire East, Cheshire, ST7

County: Cheshire East

Civil Parish: Church Lawton

Traditional County: Cheshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cheshire

Church of England Parish: Lawton (or Church Lawton) All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Chester

Tagged with: Church building Neoclassical architecture Norman architecture English Gothic architecture

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7/24 Church of All Saints
- II*

Church. Romanesque door surround of C11 or C12. Perpendicular tower
of before 1555 and neo-classical nave of 1803. Red and yellow
sandstone ashlar to tower and porch. Flemish bond brick with a plain
tile roof. Western tower, nave and south-western porch. Tower:
western face: diagonal buttresses to the corners. Deeply chamfered
doorway with pointed arch, hood mould and label stops. Three-light
window above probably of C19 date with three pointed lights.
Staircase lancets to right of this. Two-light louvred belfry opening
above with Y-tracery, hood-mould and figurehead label stops, that at
right being a grotesque head. Battlemented parapet with piers to the
corners. The north face of the tower has a C20 service lean-to
attached to its lower stage and a string course between the stages.
Similar belfry to that on the western front. The southern face has
the initials I B divided by a chalice in relief at right above the
string course and a circular clockface to the centre below the belfry
opening. Nave: the south face is of 4 bays of brick with a deep stone
plinth with, to the left hand side, a porch built as a war memorial in
1926 of ashlar. This is gabled with a pointed, chamfered arch.
Within and to either wall are benches above which are tablets in
pointed niches inscribed with the names of the dead. The door to the
church has a Romanesque surround, apparently re-positioned here. To
either side are pilarettes with a hollow chamfer to their centres. At
the level of the capitals is a band of leaf and dart moulding and to
the arch and intrados are chevron patterns. To right of the porch are
two round-arched windows and to the far right a doorway with stone
surround and lunette window above. The north face is similar with 2
round-headed windows at left and two windows at right with a blocked
doorway to right of centre. The western end has a Venetian window and
hipped roof and a blocked doorway at right.
Interior: Western gallery with front of raised and fielded panels
supported on iron columns of quatrefoil section.

Listing NGR: SJ8216455759

This List entry has been amended to add sources for War Memorials Online and the War Memorials Register. These sources were not used in the compilation of this List entry but are added here as a guide for further reading, 26 October 2017.

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