List number: 1144520
List grade: 2
Post code: CA13 9UZ
Grid ref: NY1760417026

Church of St James, Buttermere


St James' Church in Buttermere was built in 1840 built on the site of an earlier church of 1507.[1] The church was extended in 1884 and 1933, whilst retaining it's origial character. The church is a Grade II listed building.[2]

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Buttermere Church

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The Parish Church of St James, Buttermere

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Buttermere Parish Church

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Stairway to haven

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The Parish Church of St James, Buttermere

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The Parish Church of St James, Buttermere, Interior

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The Parish Church of St James, Buttermere, Organ

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The Parish Church of St James, Buttermere, Pulpit

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The Parish Church of St James, Buttermere, Porch

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The Parish Church of St James, Buttermere, Interior

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St James's Church, Buttermere

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St.James Church, Buttermere

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I will lift mine eyes unto the hills....

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Buttermere

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Buttermere

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Buttermere St James
- "...At junction of Homister and Newlands passes. Built originally in 1507. Present building dates from 1840. Memorial window to Alfred Wainwright... A delightful rugged 1840s mini Lakeland church, with 1884 ...

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CHURCH OF ST JAMES - Buttermere - List Entry
- "Parish Church. 1840 with 1884 and 1933 additions. Squared stone and slate rubble, under graduated greenslate roof with coped gables. 2-bay nave with west twin bellcote, west porch and north ...

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