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Church of St Martin and Attached Cloister and Vicarage

A Grade II Listed Building in Ettingshall, City of Wolverhampton

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Latitude: 52.5692 / 52°34'8"N

Longitude: -2.116 / 2°6'57"W

OS Eastings: 392234

OS Northings: 296821

OS Grid: SO922968

Mapcode National: GBR 1GR.YD

Mapcode Global: WHBFZ.GPL8

Plus Code: 9C4VHV9M+MJ

Entry Name: Church of St Martin and Attached Cloister and Vicarage

Listing Date: 31 March 1992

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1282500

English Heritage Legacy ID: 378399

Also known as: St Martin's Church, Parkfields, Wolverhampton

ID on this website: 101282500

Location: Church of St Martin, Rough Hills, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV2

County: City of Wolverhampton

Electoral Ward/Division: Ettingshall

Parish: Non Civil Parish

Built-Up Area: Wolverhampton

Traditional County: Staffordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Midlands

Church of England Parish: Wolverhampton St Martin

Church of England Diocese: Lichfield

Tagged with: Church building Clergy house

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895-1/5/65 (South side)
Church of St Martin and attached
cloister and Vicarage


Church, cloister and vicarage. 1938-9. By Lavender and
Twentyman. Brick with pantile roofs. 2-bay chancel with north
vestry and south chapel; 6-bay nave with low aisles. Plain
coped gables and parapets; narrow round-headed lights. Chancel
has narrower and lower east bay with raised-brick cross to
east; returns have triple east and paired west lights; aisles
have 4-light chamfered-brick-mullioned windows and
round-headed entrances to east; clerestory has paired lights;
west front has round-headed entrance with splayed reveals and
stepped arch, diagonally boarded paired doors; statue of St
Martin with broken sword by Donald Potter above; 4 louvred
bell openings, with single ones to returns; aisles break
forward with small windows; entrance under arcading to north
INTERIOR: plain round sanctuary arch and panelled ceiling;
square-headed sedilia and piscina to south; tall east recess
with canopy and curtain; nave and choir have ceiling on plain
beams; choir has 3-bay square-headed openings to north and
south with rounded piers; nave has plain round-arched arcades
and tall tower arch with panelled infill with paired doors and
grille above. Sanctuary has walnut joinery (oak elsewhere):
altar with square panels and altar rail with castellated
supports; stalls have plain fronts; square-panelled pulpit
with Agnus Dei; chapel has square-panelled sanctuary; altar
and rails; nave has timber lamp brackets each with 3 hanging
lamps. Cloister to south west has 3-bay round arcades and
plain parapets; iron gates to rear. Vicarage: right-angle
plan, short wing to north; 2 storeys; hipped roof and brick
cross-axial stacks and windows with casements; entrances to
return of north wing and to cloister.
A good example of a mid C20 church which groups well with
contemporary vicarage and conecting cloister.
(The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Staffordshire: London:
1974-: P.322; Incorporated Church Building Society: Fifty
Modern Churches: London: 1947-: P.28-31).

Listing NGR: SO9223496821

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