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Church of St Catherine

A Grade II* Listed Building in Cossall, Nottinghamshire

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Latitude: 52.9758 / 52°58'32"N

Longitude: -1.2808 / 1°16'50"W

OS Eastings: 448390

OS Northings: 342289

OS Grid: SK483422

Mapcode National: GBR 7FW.F08

Mapcode Global: WHDGQ.9GBK

Plus Code: 9C4WXPG9+8M

Entry Name: Church of St Catherine

Listing Date: 13 October 1966

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1247982

English Heritage Legacy ID: 429398

Location: Cossall, Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire, NG16

County: Nottinghamshire

Civil Parish: Cossall

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Cossall

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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(east side)

4/5 Church of
St. Catherine
G.V. II*

Parish church. C13, C14. Rebuilt for Rev. F. Hewgill, 1842.
Dressed stone and ashlar with lead roofs. Bracketed eaves, coped
gables with kneelers. West tower, nave, north and south aisles,
chancel, vestry, south porch. West tower, C13 and late C14, 2
stages, has chamfered plinth, string course, moulded eaves,
crenellated parapet. Set back octagonal spire with 4 gabled
lucarnes and ball finial. First stage has to west, traceried
eye-shaped opening. Second stage has to north, south and west,
altered C14 double lancet with flowing tracery and square headed
reveal. Nave clerestory, 2 bays, has on each side 2 C16 style
double lancets with hood moulds. North aisle, 2 bays, has at
west end C14 style double lancet. North side has 2 C15 style
triple lancets with square heads. All have hood moulds. South
aisle has at east end, double lancet with geometrical tracery.
South side has a triple lancet similar to north aisle. West end
has C13 style double lancet with hood mould. Chancel, 2 bays,
has lean-to organ chamber to north. East end has untraceried
cusped triple lancet with depressed head and hood mould. South
side has 3 buttresses and 2 C14 style double lancets with hood
moulds and stops. Lean-to vestry has moulded eaves and coped
parapet. To north, double lancet and Tudor arched door. South
porch has pointed doorway with octagonal responds and hood mould.
Common rafter roof. Inner door C14 style. Chamfered and rebated
C14 tower arch contains organ in traceried case. Nave arcades,
C14, 2 bays, have octagonal piers and responds with double
chamfered and rebated arches. Low pitched roof with chamfered
span beams. North aisle has west window, 1964, by Francis Skeat,
and stained glass east window, 1954. South aisle has stained
glass east window, 1947, and west window, 1975. South side
window has early C15 stained glass panel. Both aisles have lean-
to roofs. C14 style chamfered and rebated chancel arch has
octagonal imposts. Chancel north side has moulded doorway and
to east, chamfered pointed tomb recess. East end has traceried
panelled reredos, early C20, and patterned stained glass window.
South side has to east, C14 piscina and south side windows with
the Arms of Willoughby and Morteyne, 1584 and 1310. Fittings
include octagonal font, C15, with moulded foot and stem plus
traceried bowl. C19 octagonal oak poor box. C19 lectern. Stone
font on oak stand, 1892. C19 skeleton pulpit, panelled stalls
and desks. Monuments include alabaster slab in recess, with
dentillated edges and shields. 2 C19 scrolled crosses and
commandment boards. Cased and illustrated Roll of Honour, 1939-
45. Royal Arms in papier mache.

Listing NGR: SK4839042289

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