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IoE Number: 331386
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Date listed: 06 March 1967
Date of last amendment: 06 March 1967
Grade II

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NORTH YORKSHIRE HARROGATE 5338 STONEBECK UP MIDDLESMOOR SE 07 SE 7/104 Church of St Chad 6.3.67 - II Church. 1864 by Crossland. Coursed squared stone with ashlar dressings, Welsh slate roof. West tower, nave with north aisle and south porch, chancel with north vestry. West tower: 3 stage, offset angle buttresses up to bell stage at west end, bands between stages. Flat-headed 2-light cusped west window with hoodmould to first stage. 2-light chamfered basket-arched windows to second stage plus clocks to south and west. Belfry windows of 3- lights, cusped with circle in top of pointed arch, hoodmould. Moulded cornice, embattled parapet. Nave: 3 bays, to left a gabled porch with moulded chamfered pointed-arched doorway, inside a board door in pointed- arched surround. Coping and gable cross, continuous sill. To right two 2- light chamfered, cusped traceried, pointed-arched windows, quatrefoils in heads, hoodmoulds. Shaped modillions, stone coping, gable cross. Chancel: continuous sill. 2 bays, to left an offset angle buttress with blind 2- light pointed arch to gabled top. 2 chancel windows similar to those in nave. Similar east window of 3-lights. Flat headed 2-light east window to north vestry with cusped lights and hoodmould. Interior: 3 bay north arcade, round piers with leaf motif capitals, chamfered pointed arches. Similar chancel arch. Font: possibly Anglo-Saxon, round bowl shape on short round column, 4 round panels carved on font at later date, representing the 4 apostles. Anglo-Saxon cross-head with doubled cross bars, belonging to St Chad. C17 brass of Yorke family.

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