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Church of All Saints

A Grade II* Listed Building in Sinnington, North Yorkshire

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Latitude: 54.2648 / 54°15'53"N

Longitude: -0.8556 / 0°51'20"W

OS Eastings: 474638

OS Northings: 486062

OS Grid: SE746860

Mapcode National: GBR QMG3.KY

Mapcode Global: WHF9V.T2SC

Plus Code: 9C6X747V+WQ

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 10 November 1953

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1288816

English Heritage Legacy ID: 382496

ID on this website: 101288816

Location: All Saints' Church, Sinnington, North Yorkshire, YO62

County: North Yorkshire

District: Ryedale

Civil Parish: Sinnington

Built-Up Area: Sinnington

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Church. C12 nave and chancel, restored; some C17 windows; vestry and
bellcote of 1904, and chancel arch rebuilt. Restoration, rebuilding and
additions by C Hodgson Fowler. Rubble sandy limestone incorporating
numerous fragments of earlier carved stone; stone flag roofs to chancel and
vestry; nave roof of slate to north and tile to south; porch roof tiled;
bellcote of timber and shingles. West bellcote; nave and south porch;
chancel and vestry. West end: offset angle buttress to north. Blocked
round-arched doorway with roll-moulded arch on attached shafts with
scalloped capitals, much weathered. Square-headed 2-light mullioned window
inserted over door, and above this an original round-headed light. Square-
section bellcote with louvred openings surmounted by a sprocketed spirelet
and weather-vane. Nave: gabled south porch with round-arched opening.
Round-arched south doorway of 2 orders, the outer roll-moulded. The shafts
have gone but capitals with traces of waterleaf survive. Over the door is a
decaying relief possibly of Samson and the Lion. East of the porch,
2 square-headed, 2-light inserted mullioned windows flank an original round-
headed light. Offset angle buttress to west. On the north side, a blocked
round-arched chamfered doorway is partly obscured by a later outbuilding
towards the west end. Chancel: blocked priests' door on south side to west
of inserted square-headed window. North side largely obscured by the vestry
but a 2-light mullioned window is visible to the west. East end: offset
clasping buttress to south; buttress to north incorporated into vestry. C20
pointed west window of 3 trefoil-headed lights with panel tracery over.
Coped gables to porch and to west end. Interior: portions of 3 original
openings have been exposed: the arch of the blocked west door, the jamb and
a section of the arch to the north door, and a round window head in the nave
south wall. Semicircular chancel arch of 2 plain orders retains an original
shaft with scalloped capital as the north respond. Piscina to east of south
door and second piscina with fluted bowl in sanctuary south wall. C17 pews
of raised and fielded panelling with carved ends and acorn knobs. c17
turned altar rails. C17 hatchment over south door. N Pevsner, The
Buildings of England: Yorkshire, The North Riding, 1966; pp 341, 342.

Listing NGR: SE7463886062

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