CHURCH OF ST KENTIGERN - Great Costhwaite - List Entry

  • Description

    "Parish church of least C14 origin, enlarged 1523, restored 1844 by Sir George Gilbert Scott. Roughcast walls, coursed rubble buttresses, freestone quoins and parapets, coursed rock-faced stone to porch, graded-slate roofs....The earliest features of the church are the C14 tower arch and the late C14 font. The north aisle includes some C15 windows, but the church was substantially rebuilt in the early C16 and consecrated in 1523. The tower is said to be slightly later, of c1530-35. The patron was Sir John Ratcliff, whose brass effigy is in the church. The church was extensively restored in 1844 by George Gilbert Scott (1811-78), architect of London and the most prolific restorer of churches in the C19. Restoration was undertaken mainly at the expense of James Stanger of Lairthwaite, and was prompted by a campaign raising funds for a monument in the church to Robert Southey. Scott rebuilt the roofs and added the south porch. Some furnishings also date from Scott's restoration...."
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    Historic England
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    Link: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1327118
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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