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Church of St Margaret

A Grade II Listed Building in Shiregreen and Brightside, Sheffield

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.4135 / 53°24'48"N

Longitude: -1.4239 / 1°25'26"W

OS Eastings: 438386

OS Northings: 390902

OS Grid: SK383909

Mapcode National: GBR 9T6.94

Mapcode Global: WHDDJ.3G6G

Entry Name: Church of St Margaret

Listing Date: 25 March 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1246506

English Heritage Legacy ID: 455285

Location: Sheffield, S9

County: Sheffield

Electoral Ward/Division: Shiregreen and Brightside

Built-Up Area: Sheffield

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Brightside with Wincobank

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text


SHEFFIELD

SK39SE JENKIN ROAD
784-1/2/452 (South West side)
25/03/94 Church of St Margaret

II

Parish church. Dated 1934. By Flockton & Son. Coursed squared
stone with ashlar dressings and slate roofs with coped gables.
Perpendicular Revival style. Plinth.
PLAN: cruciform plan with chancel, crossing, nave and
clerestory, north and south aisles, baptistry, south porch,
north transept, south-east tower.
EXTERIOR: single bay chancel has a transomed single lancet on
each side, and to east a segmental pointed 3-light window with
hoodmould, flanked by narrow lancets with traceried transoms.
Clerestory has on each side, two 4-light windows in the
centre, and at each end a 2-light window flanked by single
light windows, all with flat heads. Nave west end has a
segmental pointed 3-light window with hoodmould. Below, canted
single storey baptistry with coped parapet and a 5-light
window flanked by 2-light windows, with flat heads.
Buttressed south aisle has in the centre, two 4-light windows
and to west, a 2-light window flanked by single light windows.
To east, a 2-light window and a door. North aisle has similar
fenestration. Both aisles have a 2-light window at the west
end. All the openings have flat heads.
Gabled south porch has a double chamfered doorway.
North transept has a 3-light pointed arch window flanked by
single lancets, and above, a 2-light window. To west, a
flat-roofed porch with parapet, 2-light window and door.
Square, unbuttressed south-east tower, single stage, has
plinth, sillband, string course and stepped crenellated
parapet. To east and south, a tall segmental pointed recess
with a 3-light pointed arch window, and above a traceried
transom, a triple louvred bell opening. West side has a
corresponding blank recess.
INTERIOR: crossing has a double chamfered Tudor arch on each
side, with imposts. North arch has concrete block wall
carrying organ gallery, the remaining arches are open.
Panelled wagon roof. Chancel has similar roof. To east, a
5-light window, and to north and south, single windows, with
traceried transoms. East end has late C20 wooden reredos. Lady
Chapel, under tower, has flat ceiling and wooden war memorial
reredos with painted panels, c1920. Nave has similar roof with
cross beams and collars with struts. Narrow stone wall shafts
on corbels. 4 bay arcades with double chamfered Tudor arches
and imposts. Chamfered square piers, and to west, pointed
arched doors to north and south. At the west end, a wide Tudor
arch to the baptistry and above, a resited stained glass
window. Aisles have panelled lean-to roofs. South aisle has
internal west porch with half-glazed door. To south-east, a
double door, and to east, an arched opening to the Lady
Chapel. North aisle has wooden porch to north-east, with
half-glazed double doors.
FITTINGS include octagonal stone font with late C20 cover, mid
C20 panelled octagonal pulpit and benches, and traceried
wooden lectern, desk and altar rail, 1962.
MEMORIALS include pedimented wooden war memorial with
encaustic tile panels, 1918, and war memorial board, 1945.


Listing NGR: SK3838690902


This List entry has been amended to add the source for War Memorials Register. This source was not used in the compilation of this List entry but is added here as a guide for further reading, 30 October 2017.

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

Description


SHEFFIELD

SK39SE JENKIN ROAD
784-1/2/452 (South West side)
25/03/94 Church of St Margaret

II

Parish church. Dated 1934. By Flockton & Son. Coursed squared
stone with ashlar dressings and slate roofs with coped gables.
Perpendicular Revival style. Plinth.
PLAN: cruciform plan with chancel, crossing, nave and
clerestory, north and south aisles, baptistry, south porch,
north transept, south-east tower.
EXTERIOR: single bay chancel has a transomed single lancet on
each side, and to east a segmental pointed 3-light window with
hoodmould, flanked by narrow lancets with traceried transoms.
Clerestory has on each side, two 4-light windows in the
centre, and at each end a 2-light window flanked by single
light windows, all with flat heads. Nave west end has a
segmental pointed 3-light window with hoodmould. Below, canted
single storey baptistry with coped parapet and a 5-light
window flanked by 2-light windows, with flat heads.
Buttressed south aisle has in the centre, two 4-light windows
and to west, a 2-light window flanked by single light windows.
To east, a 2-light window and a door. North aisle has similar
fenestration. Both aisles have a 2-light window at the west
end. All the openings have flat heads.
Gabled south porch has a double chamfered doorway.
North transept has a 3-light pointed arch window flanked by
single lancets, and above, a 2-light window. To west, a
flat-roofed porch with parapet, 2-light window and door.
Square, unbuttressed south-east tower, single stage, has
plinth, sillband, string course and stepped crenellated
parapet. To east and south, a tall segmental pointed recess
with a 3-light pointed arch window, and above a traceried
transom, a triple louvred bell opening. West side has a
corresponding blank recess.
INTERIOR: crossing has a double chamfered Tudor arch on each
side, with imposts. North arch has concrete block wall
carrying organ gallery, the remaining arches are open.
Panelled wagon roof. Chancel has similar roof. To east, a
5-light window, and to north and south, single windows, with
traceried transoms. East end has late C20 wooden reredos. Lady
Chapel, under tower, has flat ceiling and wooden war memorial
reredos with painted panels, c1920. Nave has similar roof with
cross beams and collars with struts. Narrow stone wall shafts
on corbels. 4 bay arcades with double chamfered Tudor arches
and imposts. Chamfered square piers, and to west, pointed
arched doors to north and south. At the west end, a wide Tudor
arch to the baptistry and above, a resited stained glass
window. Aisles have panelled lean-to roofs. South aisle has
internal west porch with half-glazed door. To south-east, a
double door, and to east, an arched opening to the Lady
Chapel. North aisle has wooden porch to north-east, with
half-glazed double doors.
FITTINGS include octagonal stone font with late C20 cover, mid
C20 panelled octagonal pulpit and benches, and traceried
wooden lectern, desk and altar rail, 1962.
MEMORIALS include pedimented wooden war memorial with
encaustic tile panels, 1918, and war memorial board, 1945.


Listing NGR: SK3838690902


This List entry has been amended to add the source for War Memorials Register. This source was not used in the compilation of this List entry but is added here as a guide for further reading, 30 October 2017.

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