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©  Brendan Balhetchet LRPS

IoE Number: 266191
Photographer: Brendan Balhetchet LRPS
Date Photographed: 13 August 2003
Date listed: 31 January 1974
Date of last amendment: 31 January 1974
Grade II

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5363INNOX HILLChurch of St MaryGVattached Church HallST 7748 6/15731.1.74and Vicarage

1. 5363 INNOX HILL Church of St Mary GV attached Church Hall ST 7748 6/157 31.1.74 and Vicarage II 2 1864 by C E Giles (see architect's drawings in Church Hall). Small stone church in "lancet" style, the Chirch Hall and Rectory grouped picturesquely alongside. 3 to 4 bay nave, angled apse under continued ridge. Coursed rubble with sill, impost and eaves bands. Triple bellcote to west with decoration ornamentation. Flèche at crossing. Projecting gabled porch. Interior: the apse is dark. Good rood based on anchor. 2 light window above pulpit gabled out into roof. Contemporary pulpit, reredos, rails, benches. Attached Church Hall in similar style with triple lancet wondows in 4 + 2 bays, divided by arched doorway. Hipped tile roof with central gabled dormer. Vicarage is 2 storeys with raking top dormers to 1st floor windows. 2 bays, on ground floor angled bays with lean-to roofs supported on corner consoles. Casement windows with leaded decoration. 'M'-hipped roof with chimney stacks in valley.

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