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All Saints' Parish Church, Ilkley

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All Saint's Church
Parish Church of All Saints', Ilkley
Ilkley Parish Church (2478946068).jpg
53°55′35″N 1°49′27″W / 53.9265°N 1.8242°W / 53.9265; -1.8242
LocationIlkley, West Yorkshire
CountryEngland
DenominationChurch of England
ChurchmanshipEvangelical
History
StatusParish Church
Architecture
Heritage designationGrade II* listed building
Architect(s)Mallinson & Healey (19th century extension and restoration)
Specifications
MaterialsDressed sandstone with slate roofs
Administration
ParishIlkley
DioceseLeeds
ProvinceYork

The Parish Church of All Saints' in Ilkley in West Yorkshire, England is an active Anglican parish church in the archdeaconry of Bradford and the Diocese of Leeds.

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History

The church is built on the site of a Roman fort, two Roman altars have been discovered in 1925 built into the tower. The earliest part of the church is the 13th century south doorway. The nave of the church dates back to the 14th century while the tower is of 15th century construction. The church was extended and restored between 1860 and 1861 by Bradford architects Mallinson & Healey. The vestry was extended in 1927 which was subsequently converted into a war memorial chapel following the Second World War. The church was grade II* listed on 18 July 1949.[1]

Architectural style

Exterior

The church is largely of a Tudor-Gothic style. The church has a three-stage perpendicular tower with diagonal buttresses and a clock on the south face. The nave has four pays and five light clerestorey windows on the south side and 4 light windows dating from 1880 on the north.[1]

Interior

Interior
Interior

The church's four-bay arcades have octagonal piers. The church is stone-tiled, the chancel has mosaic tiles and the walls are exposed stone. The church has an undecorated medieval tub font on a 19th-century pedestal. The pulpit dates from 1889 and of a square wooden form with centre panels with depictions of Jesus and the disciples.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Parish Church of All Saints, Ilkley". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 2017-02-12.

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This page was last edited on 16 October 2018, at 15:34
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