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IoE Number: 431260
Location: CHURCH OF ST ANDREW, CHURCH GREEN (north side)
Photographer: Mr Andrew Parslow
Date Photographed: 06 October 2002
Date listed: 17 April 1959
Date of last amendment: 17 April 1959
Grade I

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ST32NE CURRY RIVEL CP CHURCH GREEN 1/79 Church of St. Andrew 17.4.59 GV I Anglican parish church. C13, C15, restored C19, Blue lias and Ham stone, lead sheetinq roofs. Predominantly Perpendicular. Nave, chancel, north and south aisles, south porch, north and south chapels, west tower. Tower rebuilt 1861, 3 stages, embattled parapet, set-back buttresses, tall transoned bell-chamber openings with Somerset-type tracery; quatrefoil frieze at foot of bell stage. West doorway with traceried spandrels. Statue in niche to south side; clock with Roman numerals by E Dent and Co of 1860. Very fine south facade, richly cusped transomed 4-light windows, battlements; C18 brass to south-east buttress. East window of south chapel 'with quatreloll frieze at its foot. Porch with paryise, fan-vault inside, with stoup. interior rercofed l861; arcades with piers of 4-hollows section; C16 bench ends with poppy heads; carved heads over chancel and tower arches; pulpit of 1863, North aisle with C15 roof; C19 memorials; north-east window restored 1893, glass of 1930. C15 parclose screens to chapels, covings with carved ribs. North chapel with C13 and C14 work, some tomb recesses with effigies of a knight and children; walls with traces of earlier openings; Decorated rere-arches to windows and a piscina; Classical tomb to Robert Jennings, obit. l593, columns with canopy; C17 and C18 floor slabs; C17 altar table. Chancel shortened C18 and re-roof with barrel-vault; aumbry with linen-fold door; separating chancel from north chapel the large Jennings tomb with 2 figures, coffered arch canopy with crest, railings, c1625; sedilia to south; east window with remains of medieval glass. South chapel with piscina and good memorials to east wall to Powell family; C20 east window. Tower with fan-vault, panelled tower arch; west window of 1868. South aisle with C15 roof; some early glass to west window; Royal Arms of King Charles II. C16, C17, C18, and C19 bells.

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