Listed Building: LYNCH CHAPEL OF EASE (1057997)

Grade II*
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1076, 23, 136
Date assigned 22 May 1969
Date last amended
Date revoked
SELWORTHY CP SS9047 WEST LYNCH 23/136 Lynch Chapel of Ease 22.5.69 GV II* Anglican chapel. Circa 1530 restored 1880 and porch added c1904. Random rubble lias, diagonal buttresses, chamfered plinth, slate roof, coped verges, decorative ridge tiles. Single cell, nave and chancel, south porch. South front: gabled single storey porch added in memory of Henry Goddard, died 1904, triple lancet on west front, chamfered 4-centred arch inner doorway, C19 door, 2-light window under hoodmould to right, east window of 2 x 4 lights largely rebuilt, north front 2-light window and blocked 4-centred arch doorway, similar blocked doorway at west end. Interior: painted rubble. Renewed ribbed open wagon roof, ceiled over sanctuary. West end singing gallery constructed from old pews in 1930 by Mr W H R Blacking. Panelled dado, ogee headed piscina and 2 brackets for statues flanking altar. (Photograph in NMR), Listing NGR: SS9003247644

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Grid reference Centred SS 90036 47647 (11m by 8m)
Map sheet SS94NW

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