St Radegund's church, Maplebeck :: Shared Description

Grade I listed.

The church dates from the 13th century onwards and was restored in 1898 by Hodgson Fowler.
There is a west tower, nave and north aisle under continuous roof, chancel and south porch.
The tower dates from the 14th century and has an octagonal broach spire. The tower arch is early 14th century.
The nave has three bays. The north arcade is early 14th century with octagonal piers.

The chancel was mostly rebuilt in 1898, as was the south porch although the roof is 15th century.
The font is 14th century, restored in the 19th century, and has an octagonal bowl.

In the 17th century Saint Radegund's was said to be in a " ruinous condition", having been used as a barn and stable for a number of years.
Repairs were carried out and a gallery was added at the west end of the nave, but by the 1890s it was in a state of dilapidation, and extensive restoration was carried out.

The church can seat up to 80 people.
by Julian P Guffogg

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SK7160 : Church of St Radegund, Maplebeck by Alan Murray-Rust
SK7160 : Parish church, St Radegund's, Maplebeck by Chris Morgan
SK7160 : Interior, St Radegund's church, Maplebeck by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK7160 : South Porch, St Radegund's church, Maplebeck by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK7160 : St Radegund's church, Maplebeck by J.Hannan-Briggs

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Created: Fri, 22 Feb 2013, Updated: Fri, 22 Feb 2013

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