© Mrs Barbara A West LRPS
CHRIST CHURCH, HOLLINSEND ROAD (north side)
SHEFFIELD, SHEFFIELD, SOUTH YORKSHIRE
Mrs Barbara A West LRPS
20 August 2007
12 December 1995
Date of last amendment:
12 December 1995
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SK38SE HOLLINSEND ROAD
784-1/10/433 (North West side)
Parish church. 1839. Chancel, vestry and organ chamber 1884,
by John Dodsley Webster. Textured ashlar with ashlar dressings
and slate roofs. Gothic Revival style.
PLAN: chancel, vestry, nave, west tower.
EXTERIOR: plinth, buttresses, coped gables, those to east with
crosses. 2 bay chancel has flanking buttresses to east gable
and graduated triple lancet. Below, to right, chamfered
pointed arched door to basement. South side has 2 single
Lean-to vestry, to north, has capped side wall stack. To
north, pointed arched doorway flanked to west by a single
lancet. 3 bay nave has 3 plain single lancets on each side,
divided by slender buttresses.
West tower, 3 stages, has plinth, string courses and renewed
parapet with stumps of corner pinnacles. 2 clasping buttresses
to west. Ground stage has to west a chamfered pointed arched
doorway with hoodmould and mask stops and ornamental hinges.
To north and south, a single lancet. Second stage blank. Bell
stage has on each side a tall single lancet louvred opening,
and to west a raised panel in the parapet containing a clock.
INTERIOR: chancel, used as meeting room, has double coved arch
with imposts, and late C20 glazed wooden screen and doors.
Arch braced roof with corbels. East window has late C19
stained glass. South side has 2 windows. North side has
moulded arch and moulded blocked doorway.
Rendered nave has plaster ceiling with 3 rosette ventilators,
and moulded stucco span beams with arch braces. To left of the
chancel arch, a splayed pointed arched door.
Porch, under tower, has cross beam ceiling and chamfered
pointed arched doorways with studded board doors.
Fittings include prayer desks, C19 and late C20, and late C20
lectern and font.
Memorials include tablet with portrait medallion to Thomas
Dunn, 1871, and 2 traceried wooden war memorial panels, 1918.
(Researches by G Hague, Sheffield City Council).