Building record M5086 - Church of the Holy Trinity, Everton


CHURCH (Medieval to Late 20th Century)


Grid reference Centred SK 69136 91332 (27m by 19m)
Map sheet SK69SE
District Bassetlaw
Civil Parish Everton, Bassetlaw


Type and Period (1)

Full Description

An unusual exterior with a tall, very short nave between the W tower and the lower chancel. The ground floor of the tower [and] the lower stage of the nave [are] Norman. The tower arch to the nave [and] the chancel arch [belong] to the same period. The S tympanum [is] Norman probably, but of Viking descent. The chancel was extended … in 1841 and a Lady Chapel added. Font: Norman. (1)
Built ... shortly after the Conquest. In its earliest form this church consisted of an aisleless nave, a chancel … and a sturdy tower. A narrow [N] aisle was built … during the Transitional period. The additional clear-storey [sic], south porch … and the upper or belfry stage of the tower [are] Perpendicular. The font is a modern imitation of the original Norman one, the … remains of which are in the vicarage garden. (2)
Tympanum visible in church. (3)

Listed buildings slides, 12 slides (Photograph). SNT2648.

Graham Beaumont, 25/08/93, Church of Holy Trinity (Plan). SNT4402.

<1> Pevsner N, 1979, The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire 2nd ed., pp 123-4 (Monograph). SNT4.

<2> Thoroton Society, 1909, TTS, pp 6-10 (Published document). SNT336.

<3> Colquhoun FD, 1974, Pers Comm (Personal comment). SNT582.

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  • --- Photograph: Listed buildings slides. 12 slides.
  • --- Plan: Graham Beaumont. 25/08/93. Church of Holy Trinity. A3.
  • <1> Monograph: Pevsner N. 1979. The Buildings of England: Nottinghamshire 2nd ed.. Penguin. pp 123-4 .
  • <2> Published document: Thoroton Society. 1909. TTS. 13. pp 6-10.
  • <3> Personal comment: Colquhoun FD. 1974. Pers Comm.

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Jan 19 2023 7:34PM

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