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Church of All Saints

A Grade I Listed Building in Laleham and Shepperton Green, Surrey

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Latitude: 51.4092 / 51°24'33"N

Longitude: -0.4898 / 0°29'23"W

OS Eastings: 505129

OS Northings: 168878

OS Grid: TQ051688

Mapcode National: GBR 1D.TDR

Mapcode Global: VHFTQ.GVD2

Plus Code: 9C3XCG56+M3

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 11 August 1952

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1298923

English Heritage Legacy ID: 363209

Also known as: All Saints Church, Laleham

ID on this website: 101298923

Location: All Saints' Church, Laleham, Spelthorne, Surrey, TW18

County: Surrey

District: Spelthorne

Electoral Ward/Division: Laleham and Shepperton Green

Parish: Non Civil Parish

Built-Up Area: Staines

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Surrey

Church of England Parish: All Saints Laleham

Church of England Diocese: London

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Church of All Saints
TQ 0568 11/24 11.8.52
The Norman church largely re-modelled in C17 and more recently. The church
consists of a west tower, 3 bay nave, chancel and modern south porch. The
tower is red brick, Flemish bond, about 1780, with corner piers (channelled
rustication and moulded stone caps one brick dated BE 1732); arched belfry
windows, oculi to ringing chamber; clock to west above a Venetian window (repaired
1932); pointed doorway below. The nave walls are restored: brick with stone
dressings to Decorated style windows; south-west corner has English bond buttress;
gable end of nave English bond too. Chancel south wall restored and a stepped
east window inserted. North wall has circa 1600 brickwork with black diapers.
Tudor arch doorway and flat-headed 3-light brick mullion windows (with arched
Interior: interesting: 3 bay pointed arcade, mid-C12 on scallop capitals,
squat polished stone piers; plaster removed from 2 arches to reveal brick
work below, centre one has billet hood mould; arcade which has been shortened
in C16 divides nave and north aisle and is built into south wall. C16 brick
chancel arch, also pointed. Roofs repaired, aisle appears to have a mediaeval
tie-beam roof with windbraces and arch-braced collars. South door has key
stones of reused C12 sculptured material. The chancel and north chapel separated
by slender oak columns. A number of memorials particularly in south wall of
chancel (George Parrott, died 1780 by William Tyler; Henrietta Hertwell, died
1818, by Chantry; and some C19 Bingham tablets. North aisle wall has a memorial
tablet to Thomas Arnold (his son Matthew is buried in the churchyard) C19 font
in Norman style).
Further Bingham vault in churchyard. Also a number of food headstones, 4 chest
tombs close to north aisle wall and a double body-tomb John and Sarah Chandler,
died 1821 and 1802).

Listing NGR: TQ0512868877

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