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Church of All Saints

A Grade I Listed Building in Breadsall, Derbyshire

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Latitude: 52.9543 / 52°57'15"N

Longitude: -1.4491 / 1°26'56"W

OS Eastings: 437108

OS Northings: 339800

OS Grid: SK371398

Mapcode National: GBR PR2.FB

Mapcode Global: WHDGT.Q04H

Plus Code: 9C4WXH32+P9

Entry Name: Church of All Saints

Listing Date: 10 November 1967

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1328833

English Heritage Legacy ID: 352210

Also known as: All Saints' Church, Breadsall

ID on this website: 101328833

Location: All Saints' Church, Breadsall, Erewash, Derbyshire, DE21

County: Derbyshire

District: Erewash

Civil Parish: Breadsall

Built-Up Area: Breadsall

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Breadsall All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Parish church. C12, C13, C14, restoration after a fire 1915 by W.D Caröe. Coursed, squared gritstone with gritstone dressings. Plain tile roofs. West steeple, nave with north aisle and south porch, chancel with north vestry.

C13 tower of four stages divided by chamfered string courses. Chamfered plinth. Clasping buttresses rising to crenellated parapet on corbels. West doorway of two chamfered orders and with colonnettes. Restored in C19. Plank door with elaborate wrought-iron work. Blocked triangular-headed lancet above. Above again is a paired two-light window within a single chamfered arch. Hoodmould with dogtooth. Large paired lancet bell-openings above two plainly chamfered orders. The north side has a double-chamfered lancet, a single chamfered lancet above and bell-openings as to the west. To the south is a paired two-light window within a single chamfered arch, as to the west and paired lancet bell-openings as to the west. Similar bell-openings to the east, and below, the roof line of the C13 nave. Early C14 octagonal stone spire with two tiers of tiny lucarnes. On the south side the nave and chance are in one. Parapet with moulded string course and coping. Gabled south porch with a lancet to east and paired lancets to west. Plain round arched doorway with studded plank door. To the left is a C19 round-arched window. To the right are three large square-headed C14 windows with reticulated tracery set in double chamfered surrounds. Returned hoodmoulds. Priest's doorway with hollow and roll mouldings, and hoodmould. Two-light Perpendicular style window with hoodmould on pendant stops. Angle buttresses at the east end. Large five-light Perpendicular east window, renewed by Caröe in 1915. Hoodmould with pendant stops.

Shallowly gabled C20 north vestry with domestic type mullioned windows. The north side of the chancel has one plain lancet. Lean-to north aisle. Parapet. Three-light east window with cusped intersecting tracery. The north elevation of the aisle has angle buttresses to the east, diagonal to the west and two intermediate buttresses. Three-light window with cusped intersecting tracery. To the right a larger three-light window with cusped intersecting tracery. North doorway with moulded surround and hoodmould. One small two-light clerestory window at the west end, square headed with cusping. Three-light west window with cusped intersecting tracery. Hoodmould with unusual swag-like stops. C12 south doorway with two orders of colonnettes, a zigzag arch, and a simply decorated label. Plank door with re-used elaborate wrought ironwork.

INTERIOR: Broad C13 tower arch of three chamfered orders with moulded imposts. C13 three-bay north arcade with circular piers, octagonal capitals with nailhead decoration, keeled responds and double chamfered arches. Squint between north aisle chapel and chancel, and above it is remains of the rood stair. The north aisle has a blocked arched recess with roll moulding. Late C14 wooden sculpture, a pieta probably of German origin. In the chancel, triple sedilia with cusped ogee arches and shields in the spandrels above. Piscina with a tall pointed arch. The roofs are of a high quality Perpendicular style, dating from the 1915 restoration. Castellated and moulded tie beams on angel corbels, tracery above.

Timber fittings of a high quality, ie: rood screen with coving and gallery, pulpit choir stalls, communion rail and organ case. All date from after 1915. C19 octagonal font.

Listing NGR: SK3711239799

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