CHURCH OF ST PETER - Field Broughton - List Entry

  • Description

    "Church. 1892-4. By Paley, Austin and Paley. Dressed limestone with sandstone ashlar dressings, tile roofs and shingled spire. Nave, crossing tower and spire, north and south transepts with west aisles, north vestry and chancel. Free Perpendicular style....Crossing arches die into octagonal piers, similar arches to transept aisles. North transept has organ, crossing choir stalls, south transept aisle has ornate C19 font and 1898 Kempe window. Half-arch to vestry passage from chancel, which has south sedilia and piscina with concave arches. Barrel vaulted roof with braced collars with tracery panels, moulded purlins and ribs. Alabaster reredos to timber altar; wrought iron communion rail has check pattern. East window 1894, by Kempe. The church has much high quality detail...."
  • Owner

    Historic England
  • Source

    Local (Co-Curate)
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