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Latitude: 54.5454 / 54°32'43"N
Longitude: -1.4745 / 1°28'28"W
OS Eastings: 434092
OS Northings: 516807
OS Grid: NZ340168
Mapcode National: GBR LH4W.KC
Mapcode Global: WHD72.B03R
Plus Code: 9C6WGGWG+55
Entry Name: Church of St Andrew
Listing Date: 20 March 1967
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1185943
English Heritage Legacy ID: 350488
Location: Sadberge, Darlington, DL2
Civil Parish: Sadberge
Built-Up Area: Sadberge
Traditional County: Durham
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): County Durham
Church of England Parish: Sadberge
Church of England Diocese: Durham
SADBERGE CHURCH VIEW
NZ 3416 (South side, off)
15/112 Church of
20/3/67 St. Andrew
Parish church. 1831 by William Ramshaw, refenestrated 1874; south porch and
vestry added 1904. Squared sandstone with dressings; incorporating some
probably medieval masonry in lower courses. Graduated green slate roofs.
Aisleless nave with former porch, now storage, on west end and 1904 porch on
south; chancel; north vestry across junction of nave and chancel. 1831
Romanesque-style windows mainly replaced by lancets in 1874.
3-bay nave has chamfered plinth and flat-buttress bay divisions. 3-centred
south doorway, in porch, flanked by re-set carved medieval fragments
representing The Fall and God triumphing over Satan; small stoup re-set
near east jamb of doorway. Mainly paired lancets under hoodmoulds. Round-
arched 1831 window in east bay on south side. Roof has overhanging eaves
on large stone corbels. Large gabled bellcote at west end above blocked
round-arched window. Lower and narrower 2-bay chancel has similar window
and roof details; pointed 3-light east window. Gabled west end porch has
blocked round-arched doorway. Gabled south porch has pointed doorway of 2
chamfered orders and lancets on returns. Gabled vestry has pointed doorway
on east and paired lancets on north.
Interior: plain and plastered; chamfered semicircular chancel arch; similar
smaller arch at west end of nave; C19 stone font with octagonal bowl; c.1890
to 1900 memorial stained glass by Hemmings of London; nave roof has 7 braced
king-post trusses with a flat ceiling above the collars.
(Rev. W.L. Taylor, The History of Sadberge, 1919).
Listing NGR: NZ3409216807
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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