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List entry Summary

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL

List entry Number: 1044546

Location

CHURCH OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL, CHURCH STREET

The building may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County District District Type Parish
SurreyWaverleyDistrict AuthorityGodalming

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: I

Date first listed: 18-Dec-1947

Date of most recent amendment: 01-Feb-1991

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Legacy System: LBS

UID: 291346

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Details

GODALMING CHURCH STREET SU 9644 SE AND SU 9643 NE (east side) 10/75 and 12/75 Church of St Peter and St Paul (formerly listed under 18.12.47 Borough Road) GV I

Church. Principally C12, C13 and C14 with earlier origins and later additions and alterations, including restorations of 1840 and 1879. Bargate rubblestone with ashlar dressings. Plain tile roofs; leaded spire. 4-bay aisled nave, having C11 work in 2 eastern bays, aisles added C13, all extended westwards C15 or C16 and further extended to west, north and south C19 (in 2 phases). South porch, of 1879. Transepts C12, altered; north transept extended 1870. Crossing tower, with early C12 lower stage, C13 belfry stage, c14 parapet and spire. Lower 3-bay chancel, extended eastwards C14, and restored; having north and south chapels added early C13, north chapel rebuilt with vestry 1879. 1960s octagonal extension at north-west corner (not of special interest). Nave: C19 in appearance, in Decorated style, with plinth, double board door to porch and three 2-light windows. South transept has a 3-light Perpendicular window under hoodmould with wall monument on its left; north transept has a Perpendicular window, a C12 doorway with imposts, and a C19 vice on east side with Caernarvon- arched doorway, slit windows and leafy finial. Tower: some tile quoins; roll- moulded bands below and above belfry stage which has 2 round-arched, louvred lights on each side; parapet; corbelled table below spire which has gabled louvred vents to corners at base, 8 ribs, ribbed leading, lucarnes at top, and weathercock. Chancel: south chapel has Perpendicular windows of 2 and 3 lights under hoodmoulds and a C13 triple-lancet window; to its east end a C15/C16 Tudor-arched doorway with shields in spandrels and above it a late C13 window having 5 stepped lancets below 3 roundels with cinquefoils and hoodmould. Chancel has perpendicular-style 3-light window in south wall and C19 5-light window with geometric tracery to east end. North chapel has 1879 east window copying that of south chapel, and 1879 Perpendicular-style door and two windows on north side. Interior: Nave; arcades have C12 circular columns and triple- chamfered pointed arches at east end, otherwise octagonal columns and double- chamfered pointed arches; panelled roof with early C16 bosses. Tower has C12 pointed arches to transepts and restored Norman arch to chancel. Transepts have: C13 double-chamfered pointed arches on attached circular columns to aisles and chapels; heads of C12 windows; piscina and aumbry in south transept. Chancel: C13, 2-bay, pointed-arched arcades on circular and octagonal columns (attached at ends); heads of C12 windows, some with painted decoration; C14 squint in south wall; early C14 aumbry, piscina and sedilia; crown post roof. Chapels: each has piscina and aumbry; in south chapel, outline of former C13 east window, with painted decoration, and of lancet in south wall, with painting of St John the Baptist; also in south chapel, some old glass in east window, and fine collared rafter roof, probably C16, with heavily-moulded tie beams and wall plate and incised decoration to corbels on north side. Monuments: in south chapel, stone chest tomb of John and Elizabeth Westbrook, diving cable- moulded base, cusped blind tracery to sides and moulded lid; in chancel, wall monument to Judeth Elyott, d.1615, having figure of lady kneeling before book on lectern in elaborately-decorated aedicule, the cornice surmounted by coat of arms, shields and end pedestals with skull and hour-glass, and tablet with skull and cross-bones underneath; brasses in chancel commemorating Thomas and Joan Purvoche, d.1509 (2 figures) and John Barker, d.1595. Fittings: C15 or early C16 chalk font, in south chapel, with pyramidal base, octagonal stand with pointed arch to each face, roll moulding and octagonal bowl; panelled, polygonal pulpit of c.1600, elaborately carved with strapwork decoration and decorated lozenge and rectangular panels; C19 gallery in north chapel. A Bott, A Guide to the Parish Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul Godalming (1987). N Pevsner, Buildings of England, Surrey (1971, 2nd Edition), pp.254-256.

Listing NGR: SU9681144001

Selected Sources

  1. Book  Reference - Author: Bott, A - Title: A Guide to the Parish Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul Godalming Surrey - Date: 1987
  2. Book  Reference - Author: Pevsner, N and Nairn, I Rev. by Cherry, B - Title: The Buildings of England: Surrey - Date: 1971 - Page References: 254-256

National Grid Reference: SU 96814 44000

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