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St. Bartholomew's Church, Coaley

St. Bartholomew's Church, Coaley

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Grade 2 Listed Building. Coaley Anglican parish church. St. Bartholomew's has a 15th C 'Perp' tower of four stages, with diagonal buttresses and embattled parapet with traceried, blank panel, crenellations; and two gargoyles to each face. There were originally crocketed pinnacles on the tower roof parapet, now removed for safety reasons. The belfry openings, on the fourth stage of the tower, have 2-light pierced stone screens. The north-east buttress is hollow and has narrow slit windows to illuminate the tight spiral stair within. This stairway leads up to the roof access turret. Asides the tower and chancel, the rest of the church was rebuilt in 'Dec' style by Jacques & Son, 1854-58. The organ chamber was built in an asymmetrical way in order not to block the light from the pre-existing north aisle east window. The church consists of chancel with vestry on south side (with partially blocked ogee-arched doorway); and organ chamber on north side; nave; north aisle; deep north porch; tower; and lean-to store. Small trefoil-head 'clover-leaf' windows are used in sundry locations around the building. Generally, with regard to the church exterior, there are squared and coursed limestone walls; and stone slate roofs with coped parapets at the gable ends. The roofs of the nave and aisle are steep pitched. The chancel, vestry and the store by the tower, have diagonal buttresses while the nave, aisle, organ chamber and porch have buttresses at right angles. #Church #Coaley
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