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St John's Church, Ranmoor

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St John's Church, Ranmoor is a large parish church in Ranmoor, a suburb of the City of Sheffield, England. It is a Church of England church in the Diocese of Sheffield, and it is the second church to be built on this site. The original church, designed by E. M. Gibbs,[1] was opened 24 April 1879. This building was almost entirely destroyed by fire on 2 January 1887; all that survived was the 200-foot-tall (61 m) tower and spire (the tallest church spire in Sheffield). A new church, designed by Flockton & Gibbs (the same Edward Mitchel Gibbs[1]), was built that incorporated the old tower and spire. The church reopened on 9 September 1888; it is a Grade II* listed building.[2]

The War Memorial in the churchyard consists of a 16 ft Runic Cross made from unpolished Cornish granite, with carved panels on front and back designed by Mr. A.F. Watson, Sheffield.[3]

Monty Python actor Michael Palin listed St John's as one of his 'top seven' favourite Churches in a speech to the National Churches Trust on account of it being the Church he was baptised in and regularly attended as a child. He describes fond memories of his Father being both a chorister and bellringer there.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b Harman, R. & Minnis, J. (2004) Pevsner City Guides: Sheffield, pp267–268. New Haven & London: Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-10585-1
  2. ^ Historic England (1973). "Church of St John (1271043)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 19 February 2006.
  3. ^ Hill, Dean; Reeves, Stuart. "Ranmoor War Memorial (St John's)". Sheffield Soldiers of The Great War. Retrieved 5 August 2017.
  4. ^ Palin, Michael (22 May 2015). "Michael Palin: my seven of the best". The Church Times. Retrieved 5 August 2017.

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