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© Mr James A. Ray

IoE Number: 213723
Photographer: Mr James A. Ray
Date Photographed: 03 March 2002
Date listed: 14 March 1975
Date of last amendment: 14 March 1975
Grade II*

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SJ 38 NEBEAUMONT STREETL87/117Church of St.Clement

SJ 38 NE BEAUMONT STREET L8 7/117 Church of St. Clement 14.3.75 - II* Church. 1840-41. Stone with slate roof. 7-bay nave has lancets between buttresses and angle buttresses with gables; deep, bracketed eaves. Canted chancel apse with hipped roof and triple lancet window. West end has projecting centre with gabled angle buttresses and a steeper roof than the rest of the church. 3 stepped lancets under continuous hood. Octagonal bell turret has gabled openings with angle shafts and a short spire with finial. Enclosed porch has pointed entrance and gable with spherical triangle panel and gabled buttresses. Interior has galleries on 3 sides on iron Tuscan columns, organ at west end. Iron columns with arch braces support hammer beams of roof; trusses have much ogival cusping. Box pews, and 2-deck pulpit with iron balusters to steps. Chancel has plain arch with inscription. Altar rail has cusped openings. Pointed panels with commandments flank altar. Plaster vault with painted stars. A rare survival of an early Victorian church interior.

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