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© Mr Gordon Furness

IoE Number: 74531
Location: CHURCH OF ST PETER,
  MARTINDALE, EDEN, CUMBRIA
Photographer: Mr Gordon Furness
Date Photographed: 29 September 2002
Date listed: 31 January 1991
Date of last amendment: 31 January 1991
Grade II

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MARTINDALENY 41 W10/130Church of St PeterII

MARTINDALE NY 41 W 10/130 Church of St Peter II Church. 1880-82. By J B Cory. Slate rubble with sandstone ashlar dressings and slate roof. Nave and chancel with south vestry. Coped gables; lancet windows. 3-bay nave has later deep weathered buttresses; south side has paired lancets, but eastern bay has single lancet; north side corresponds, with gabled porch to west, entrance of one order and inner chamfered arch, quatrefoil above has latters: "AoX" and date: 1897. West end has lancets flanking buttresses and gabled bell cote with louvred trefoil-headed opening. Chancel has gabled vestry with 2-light window and rounded under relieving arch; lean-to canopy over west entrance. 3 stepped lancets and basement entrance to east; lancet to south; lancet and triple lancets to north. Interior: roofs have deep-arch-brced collars; windows have segmental-pointed relieving arches. Plain round font has dog-tooth moulding; 3 coronae. Double-chamfered chancel arch dies into jambs. Traceried pulpit, reading desk, stalls, altar rail, east panelling with reredos under projecting cornice with creating. Recess to south has C17 style cupboard presented 1954. Chancel east window and lancet to north have late C19 decorative glass; other windows display notable collection of stained glass by Jane Gray, 1970s.

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