available contents 1. two pairs of matching hardwood doors (c. 1907) in three sections: wood panel at base, then two sections of origin

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1. Two pairs of matching hardwood doors
(c. 1907) in three sections: wood panel at base, then two sections of
original leaded glass (some damage). The doors have original metal
features. Doors are 205cm high, 66cm wide and 5cm thick.
Photos available on request.
Contact – Revd. Tom Thomas
Tel: 07980 650801
Email: [email protected]
2. St Nicholas Church, Marston, Oxford have a double sided wooden
Victorian Lectern available. The maximum height is 178cm and the
height to the lower edge of the reading platform is 128cm.
Photographs are available
Contact – Eileen Palayiwa
Church Warden
Email: [email protected]
3. Located in the Forest of Dean, a wooden altar. Faculty already
received for removal from the Church. 3 cut out arches to the front
and 1 to each side.
Measures 74 inches (189cm) long x 32.5 inches (83cm) deep x 39 inches
(99cm) High.
Photos available on request.
Contact – Alison Stuttard
Parish Co-ordinator
Tel: 01594 368849
Email: [email protected]
4. At St Peter's Pilning, South Gloucestershire,
BS35 4JB, we have about 75 royal blue kneelers for disposal.
Approximate dimensions are 12"x 18" x 6" or 304mm x 457mm x 152mm.
Photographs are available on request.
Contact –
Tel: 01454 632646
Email: [email protected]
5. From St Mary Magdalene’s Church, Paddington, London: a large
section of wrought iron railing with decorative floral patterns.
Condition: Good, in need of painting. Size: 4.1m W x 2.5m H. Photos
available on request.
No longer required due to the undercroft being repurposed as a
community and cultural hub.
Contact – Wyn Jones
Dow Jones Architects
Tel: 020 8675 2544
Email: [email protected]
6. 125 copies of The English Hymnal Service Book - 'As New' perfect
unused condition.
Green hardback edition published in 1989
14.5cm x 9cm x 2.5cm
125 copies approximately - a little dusty but otherwise perfect.
Photo available on request
Contact – Wendy Harrison c/o
The Parish of St Faith at The Hospital of St Cross
Winchester
Email: [email protected]
7. From St Peter's Parish Church Limpsfield – Surrey. There are 20
purple double-breasted choir cassocks suitable for a junior choir -
pleat at back and with pocket - variable conditions from worn to
nearly new.
Measuring back length from neck to hem sizes range from 2 at 98/99 cm,
15 various ranging from 106 - 133 cm (to give an idea - 133 cm fits c.
5' 2" adult) 2 at 137 cm and 1 at 143 cm.
Photos can be supplied.
Contact - Eleanor Stoneham
Email: [email protected]
8. Available from Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire
GL6 9BP. These items are all in excellent condition but surplus to
requirements following a reordering:
a) Two mahogany kneeling rails. Measurements in cms: Kneeling rail A.
width 326 (base 332), height 75, depth 46; Kneeling rail B. width 233
(base 239), height 75, depth 46width.
b) An oak altar with attractive but simple carvings, circa 1870.
Although very solid it has a hollow interior: the altar can be turned
around to house a nativity scene. Measurements in cms: width 203,
height 97, depth 83.
c) Two oak prayer desks (prie dieu) one is more carved than the other.
Overall measurements in cms: Stand A: width 46, height 83, depth 58;
Stand B: width 55, height 86, depth 63
d) A wide oak reading stand. Overall measurement in cms: width 180,
height 79, top depth 21, base depth 18.
More details and photographs available on request.
Contact – Mandy Jutsum
Email: [email protected]
9. From St Mary's Church, Kingsclere, RG20 5PJ.
28 RSV Bibles
93 copies of "Hymns Ancient and Modern - New Standard" (just the
words!)
6 copies of the "Melody" version
and 4 copies of the "music" version.
Contact – Emma Rivers
Benefice Administrator
Kingsclere and Ashford Hill with Headley Churches
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0779 0934972
10. From St Michael and All Angels in Bishop's Cleeve, near
Cheltenham:
4 x oak curved portable altar rails with kneelers. About 12 years old.
Contact – Ann Jessop
Tel: 01242 672872
Email: [email protected]
Or Tony Dixon
Tel: 07738 076 252
Email: [email protected]
11. A Victorian reredos dating from 1851 and made by John Young of
Cheapside. Made of alabaster with simple triptych of the period. It
measures approx 7metres x 2.5 metres and is currently housed in crates
that would need to be collected from East London where it is in safe
storage.
Photos available on request. A very reasonable price could be agreed.
Contact –
Email: [email protected]
12. Available (subject to Faculty) a large octagonal stone font with a
hessian board top and circular recess, supported by a carved pillar
standing on a square cross-shaped base. Dimensions: height 125cm; top
diagonal 105cm; base 90cm square.
Free on collection from Hulland Ward, near Ashbourne, Derbyshire.
Photographs available on request.
Contact – Steve Dunning
Tel: 01335 370303
Email: [email protected]
13. From the Diocese of Manchester:
a) an alabaster font available for re-use. Dating from around 1880 it
features a decorated stem as well as a carved bowl. Further details
and photos available
b) a carved wooden reredos by J Harold Gibbons, dedicated as a WWI
memorial to James Stott and men of the 10th. Battalion Manchester
Regiment who died in action in Gallipoli in June 1915. The reredos
lacks the original side wings, but it does have a canopy as well as a
fronting wooden altar. The latter features three panels depicting the
Virgin and Child in vesica flanked by white lilies against gold
backgrounds. The reredos is approximately 14 feet high and 8 feet
wide.
Further details and photos available
Contact – Alan Simpson
Manchester DAC Secretary
Tel: 01618 281 419
Email: [email protected]
14. A wooden altar, surplus to requirements. Dimensions available on
request. Faculty has already been obtained for disposal and it is
offered free to any other church
Contact – Fr Nicholas lo Polito
Tel: 0113 262 4271.
15. Christ Church Cheylesmore has 7 pews needing a new home. Each is
approximately 4m long 0.83m high and 0.50m depth. They are constructed
from hardwood (we suspect white oak), with hollow backs. Styles vary.
Buyer collects. Given free to churches or other charities. Offers
accepted for private sale.
Contact - Arthur Woo
Tel: 024 77670741
Email: [email protected]
16. These items were designed for the sanctuary of St Andrew’s Hall
Church in the parish of St Swithin, Walcot, Bath.
a) Communion Table – a hardwood frame enclosing a hardwood veneer top
with four legs in a paler wood inset 6” from each end and 3” from each
side. Dimensions: L90” x W33” x H38”
b) Communion rail – a hardwood rail on a metal frame. Dimensions: rail
L87”, frame H21” (with 12” extension to be set into step). NB other of
communion rail may also be available – two short, one longer with
kneeler attached
Contact – Desmond Brown
Tel: 01225 314 038
Email: [email protected]
17. Due to the closure and ultimate disposal of Redditch St George,
the sizeable pipe organ it contains will need a new home. Described by
the CBC as: “Large 3-manual organ, moved to the church from the
Queen’s College, Oxford, in 1967, by Rushworth & Dreaper, the firm
that had built the organ in the College in 1931. The 1931 organ,
described as a rebuild of an earlier Walker instrument, contains
material by important 19th-century builders.” The organ has not been
played for over two years due to the disconnection of mains services,
but was formerly understood to be in reasonable repair.
Contact – Mark Carter
Email: [email protected]
18. St. John's Church Kenilworth have the following available if any
church can use them:
Four wall Banners surplus to our requirement. Sizes – 2.4 m x 1.83 m;
1.14m x 0.87m; 1.6 x 1.2m; and 1.85 x 1.1m.
Contact – John Radford
Tel: 01926 854 475
Email: [email protected]
19. Available from a closing church, subject to Bishop’s Directions:
A mid 19C octagonal stone font, 36” high and 24” wide. The font has a
double octagonal chamfered plinth supporting the central shaft. The
bowl is also octagonal each face bearing the same motif, an inverted
triangle imposed upon a trifoil of equal proportion. The base was the
foundation stone of St Matthew’s, Talbot Street, Nottingham. The font
has a wooden cover with an iron ring handle at the centre of an iron
cross.
Free on collection from Bestwood St Matthew, Nottingham. Photograph
available on request.
Contact – Revd Andy Morris
Tel: 07775 925297
Email: [email protected]
20. The following are available subject to Relevant Considerations and
Approvals Including the Granting of Faculty.
a) Organ 7 stops, 3 pedals, built by James J Burns, Leeds, 1896.
b) Classical marble Font, with oval bowl set on a moulded baluster
circular shaft, from 1764”?
Further details and photos available on request.
Contact – Email: [email protected]
21. Pedals tab stop Osmond extension refurbished organ for sale, which
has proven more than adequate to accompany services in modest-sized
churches, and would also be ideal in a school chapel.
The organ was built in the 1980s, and comprises the following
specification: Violin Diapason 8' Gemshorn 4' Fifteenth 2; Stopped
Diapason 8' (under expression) Flute 4' (under expression) Nazard 2?'
(under expression) 58 note (30-note pedalboard) All stops permanently
coupled to pedals. Organ has been restored by FH Brown and they have
it in store. Offer around £8,000 plus transport
http://www.fhbrowneandsons.co.uk/sales-and-hire/osmond/
Photos are available on request
Contact – Revd James Levasier
272 London Road
Guildford
GU4 7LF
Tel: 01483 853 023
Email: [email protected]
22. Available subject to final Faculty approval.
Walker Organ – We need more space for children’s work and so we are
offering our 1863 J W Walker organ to a church that will care for and
appreciate it. It is in working order, though will benefit from an
overhaul. It was obtained from the residence of Sir Otto Beit,
Belgravia in 1949 and its sweet tone would suit a smaller church or
chapel.
The 2 manual and pedal chamber organ has a fine case (possibly yew?) 2
flats, each of 7 dummy pipes with carved pipe shades; on each side,
still part of the case,
flats, angled back, each containing 3 larger pipes.
For full details see http://www.npor.org.uk/NPORView.html?RI=R01762
Case dimensions: Width: 2.15m, depth: 2.4m (incl. pedal board),
height: 3.16m.
Further information and photos are available on request.
Contact - Nick Castle Churchwarden
St Mary Magdalene
Hatfield Hyde
Welwyn Garden City
Tel: 07511 890210
Email: [email protected]
23. St. Laurence's Church, Ludlow, Shropshire has for disposal an
altar on dais with a rail on three sides and two wing panels to the
altar. It is presently in use in our South Transept, which we are
re-ordering.
The altar is a 'modern' piece and was made by a local designer and
craftsman, Mr. Lewandowski, in 1960. The altar panels are of a
tracery/frond design. The whole is in light oak.
Dimensions (W x D x H) mm :
Dais: 4580 x 2020 x 200
Altar: 2750 x 760 x 960 (from dais)
Wing panels extend 750 mm on each side of the main altar, just below
altar height
Rail: 690 H from dais, inset 270 mm from edge of dais
Photographs are available on request.
Contact – Shaun Ward (Clerk of Works)
Email: [email protected]
24. From St Paul’s Church Leamington Spa.
a) Large Lectern
Heavy oak Gothic style – base is carved and ornate.
Adapted for integrated microphone cabling.
H 1.4 m x W 590 mm x D 700 mm
Base is around 610 mm square
b) Kneeler
Ornately carved and solid oak.
W 610 mm x D 670 mm (base) x H 770 mm
Red tapestry decorated kneeler.
Slight damage to top corner.
Small screw holes on top but could be nicely renovated
c) Lectern
Simple solid oak lectern with light oak cross on the front. Slight but
repairable damage to the right hand side base.
H 1.25 m x D 350 mm x W 520 mm
d) Chair
Fairly plain seat with trefoil carving. Made from pitch pine. Some
cosmetic damage to legs. Well used.
H 1.1 m x W 700 mm x D 490 mm
e) Chairs (x2)
Solid oak chairs in need of major renovation with red velvet
upholstery. On castors. Some evidence of woodworm (probably historic)
on one.
H 1.27 m x W 550 mm x D 560 mm.
Contact – Jan Pringle
Tel: 07580 049961
Email: [email protected].
25. Edgbaston Old Church in Birmingham (B15 2LR) is looking to find a
new home for a large acrylic or Perspex acoustic sound barrier which
we used to have above the organ before the organ console was moved. It
is large, 215cm by 90cm, with a depth of 2cm, and very heavy so would
need collecting; it is clear and so is not obtrusive in church. It has
4 sets of holes drilled into it as it was suspended. These are 20cm in
from the long edge and 45cm in from the short edge. However we do not
still have the wires which held it up.
Buyer collects
Contact – Linda Caswell
Tel: 0121 440 0965
Email: [email protected]
26. The parish of Finchampstead and California has available to a good
home 150 word-only copies of the green “Hymns Old and New”.
Contact - Canon Julie Ramsbottom Tel: 0118 973 2102
Email: [email protected]
27. We have a number of printed hymn/song books, available free to any
church that can make use of them.
96 x Hymns for Today's Church
2 x Hymns for Today's Church, Melody Line Editions
10 x Carol Praise...
15 x Mission Praise
14 x Songs and Hymns of Fellowship
2 x Songs of Fellowship
1 x Song of Fellowship, Large print.
Contact – Mick Walters
Administrator
St. Simon’s Church
Waverley Road
Southsea
PO5 2PW
Tel: 0239 282 9440
Email:
[email protected]
28. Notice board available.
Sturdy, wooden-framed, glass-fronted, locking notice board. Very good
condition.
116cm wide; 89cm high; 7cm deep.
Photo available on request.
Contact - Church Warden
St Andrew’s Church,
Starbeck,
Harrogate,
HG2 7JE
Tel: 01423 889162
Email: [email protected]
29. From the Diocese of Chester:
The following are available subject to Relevant Considerations and
Approvals including the Granting of Faculty, due to the recent closure
of a church
a) High altar, oak
b) Two moveable oak altars
c) Stone pulpit with brass reading stand and handrail to steps,
inscribed “he is the messenger of the Lord of Hosts.” Designed by
Medland Taylor
d) Wooden eagle lectern.
e) Lectern with barley-sugar-twist stem. Brass plaque records it is in
mem of Mildred May 1979 and George Tristram Cornes 1960
f) Font in Caen stone. Bowl supported on short columns with flying
buttresses. Wooden cover with metal superstructure surmounted by a
cross
g) Oak reredos, with pierced tracery and carved canopy. Brass plaque
records it is in mem of John Beech Wilson 1925
h) Oak screen to Lady Chapel with carved decoration, formerly chancel
screen. Brass plaque records it is in mem of John Harry Davies 1937
(Church inventory records that it was moved in 1967)
i) Pine pews in nave with hat holders and panelled ends with
umbrella-holders
j) Choir stalls in chancel, oak with pierced tracery. Brass plaque
records they are in mem of organist William Henry Maxfield
k) Two sanctuary chairs. Brass plaque records that one is in mem of
Martha Evans 1934
l) Readers seats and lecterns in chancel, oak with pierced tracery.
One is in mem of John Harry Davies, 1938
m) Wooden communion rails with pierced traceried panels
n) One bell of 1866, founder unknown
o) Art-deco silver altar cross and candlesticks, 20th century
Contact – Caroline Hilton
Assistant to DAC Secretary
Diocese of Chester
Tel: 01928 718 834 ext 244
Email: [email protected]
30. Available for collection from Alum Rock, Birmingham, a stone
altar. This has been decommissioned by Bishop David of Birmingham due
to imminent refurbishment and rearrangement of current chapel.
Dimensions:
Length 1.83m (72”)
Width 0.71m (28”)
Height 0.99m (39”)
Photos available on request
Contact –
Email: [email protected]
31. A vintage Hammond console organ, model C-3 and serial number
82246, produced between 1954-74. Features include dual keyboards, a
cherry finish and bass pedalboard. Comes with Leslie Speaker. In full
working order. Used at Church Weddings and funerals. (Wires to Leslie
Speaker need attention)
Organ Dimensions - 53.0" W x 38.0" H x 29.5"- measurement includes
Bass Pedalboard and seat.
Leslie Speaker Dimensions – 32”W x 37”H x 18”D
Photographs are available on request
Contact – Ken Law Tel: 07954997444 Email: [email protected]
32. Following the return of the contents of the former Chapel of the
Bristol General Hospital to Above and Beyond Charity which is the
charitable arm of University Hospitals Bristol, the following items
are looking for a good home on a long-term loan.
Matching inlaid marquetry set comprising
Altar - 7’ long x 2’ deep x 38” high
Two chairs
Side table
Priests Prie dieu and seat
Matching Altar rail
Hymn board – given in memory of G.E. Gardner organist in the chapel
for 50 years
Wooden lectern
Wooden frontal chest
7 Altar frontals (plus additional matching burse, veil and lectern
bands)
Further details and photos available on request
Contact – The Revd Jillianne Norman
Email: [email protected]
33. From St Mary’s Church, Liss, Hants
Set of 4 oak chancel pews, 3.2 m long, 1.05 m high, together with 2
matching 3.2 m long bookrests 70 cm high, and 2 desks and seats. Late
Victorian, designed by well regarded architect Blomfield. Attractive
good elegant design, and in excellent condition.
3 pine pews 3.2 m long, 1.22 m high probably dating from early 20th C.
Contact - Trevor Childs 01730 893372 [email protected]. Chair
of reordering committee
Or Michaela Surtees 01730 892552 [email protected] Church
Administrator
34. 90 copies of Complete Mission Praise - Words Edition.
Contact – Christina Morris (Church Administrator)
St Luke's Church
West Kilburn W9 3EH
Tel: 0208 960 4195
Email: [email protected]
35. St Raphael’s church was endowed as a sailors' mission opening
(unconsecrated) in 1859 with an adjoining almshouse. In consequence of
the high ritual of the Revd. A.H. Ward the licence for divine service
was withdrawn in 1878 and the church closed until 1893. Consecrated 30
May 1893, it was converted into the parish church of a new district
created out of St.Paul, Bedminster by Order in Council 17 July 1893.
The church was destroyed by enemy action in 1940 and officially closed
23 June 1941. The parish area was then divided between St.Mary
Redcliffe and Holy Trinity, Clifton by order in Council 20 April 1943.
Most of the fittings from St Raphael’s were taken to St Andrew’s
Church, Avonmouth, another ‘sailors’ church’.
With the potential re-ordering of St Andrew’s in 2017, permission has
been given to dispose of the pulpit originally from St Raphael. The
design reflects the mariners’ theme, having two columns made up of a
variety of shells and motifs depicting the ships’ prows. Given the
controversial history of St Raphael’s during which the church was
closed for 15 years, it is highly likely that many well-known figures
from the Oxford Movement and Ritualists spoke from this pulpit, often
risking arrest.
Contact – Juliet Helme
Tel: 01179829893
Email: [email protected]
36. At Holy Trinity Church, Sunderland, we no longer require the
following items and have permission to dispose of them
a.
30 small wooden pews (Dimensions: 140cm long x 51cm deep x 85.5cm
high)
b.
6 medium wooden pews (Dimensions: 161cm long x 51cm deep x 85.5cm
high)
c.
14 large wooden pews (Dimensions: 424cm long x 51cm deep x 85.5cm
high)
d.
13 wooden kneelers (Dimensions: 205cm long x 14cm deep x 16cm
high)
e.
16 wooden kneelers (Dimensions: 140cm long x 14cm deep x 16cm
high)
f.
23 wooden kneelers (Dimensions: 132cm long x 14cm deep x 16cm
high)
g.
1 wooden kneeler (Dimensions: 50cm long x 14cm deep x 16cm high)
h.
14 wooden kneelers with green leather cushion (205cm long x 14cm
high x 16cm deep)
i.
2 wooden kneelers with green leather cushion (163cm long x 14cm
high x 16cm deep)
j.
10 wooden kneelers with green leather cushion (132cm long x 14cm
high x 16cm deep)
k.
6 wooden pew fronts (140cm long x 23cm high x 83cm deep)
Contact - Amanda Gerry, Project Coordinator
Tel: 07881 106330
Email: [email protected]
37. Available from the church of All Saints, Normanton (West
Yorkshire). These items are surplus to requirements following a recent
reordering.
a) Baptismal pool (fibreglass) – any reasonable offer considered.
b) 24-channel Mixer Desk. Soundcraft LX7 II - offers around £400.
Other PA equipment on offer
c) Power amps: Behringer Europower EPQ 900 x 2, £70 - £100 each;
Gemini p07 - £15 (faulty channel)
d) Processor: Alesis Midiverb III £20 - £40
e) Digital Equaliser: Behringer Ultracurve DSP 8024 £90
f) Feedback Destroyer: DSP 1124 - £offers? - this has an internal fuse
missing and lid not screwed on but it still works!
g) Radio Mics: Chord QU4-H Quad Handheld (3 years old) - £100
(available mid April)
h) Speakers: Side Chapel speakers x 2 (unbranded) - £30 ; Main
Speakers – EV SX 200 x 4 (28 years old) with pre-amp £250?
Contact - Diane Brennan
Email: [email protected]
38. St Michael & All Angels, Brooksby, Leicestershire has permission
to dispose of
a) carved oak prayer desk c. 1880.
H152 x W68 x D38cm
b) carved oak lectern c. 1880. Swivelling top is double-sided for 2
bibles.
H168 x W51 x D33cm
Photographs available on request.
Contact - Malcolm Britton, churchwarden
Email: [email protected]
39. From Gloucester Cathedral.
1.
Blue Altar Frontal and Superfrontal, silk and linen, designed and
made by Maureen Pallister (Cathedral embroiderers), 1980s,
previously on the Lady Chapel altar. Free of charge.
Photo available on request
2.
Three tapestry panels showing the Annunciation, Visitation and
Nativity, to a design by Leonard Evetts, made by Maureen
Pallister, 1982, formerly in the Lady Chapel reredos niches. Free
of charge.
3.
Two banners, showing St Aidan and St Boniface, 1970s, formerly in
the Chapel of the English Saints. Free of charge.
4.
Single sided oak lectern, raised on a square fluted column plinth;
made in Cathedral workshop, 1994. Free of charge.
5.
Two oak prayer desks, each for three persons. Free of charge.
Photo available on request
6.
Six oak prayer stools, made by Richard James, cabinet maker,
Gloucester, probably early 20th century. Free of charge.
7.
Pair of free-standing oak altar rails (not Laudian), plus boxed
support for kneelers. Free of charge. Photo available on request
8.
Twenty five rush-seated beech chairs. Free of charge. Photo
available on request.
Contact - Canon Celia Thompson
Tel: 01452 508216
Email: [email protected]
Items 1-3
Contact: Anne Cranston
Tel: 01452 874962
Email: [email protected]
Items 4-8
40. Large Tryptic Mural from Horton Chapel, Epsom. Trustees of Horton
Chapel Arts and Heritage Society would like to find a good home for
this unique mural. Painted by R.A.Strand, it was commissioned by the
League of Friends of Horton Hospital in 1963 and is mounted on the
West Wall of the Chapel. The chapel is the former place of worship for
the Epsom Mental Asylum.
The central part of the design shows Christ the Healer and the figures
grouped around him represent people of all races and periods. The
left-hand section shows St Francis and the birds. The right-hand
section depicts St Luke, "the beloved physician". As author of the
Acts of the Apostles he is shown writing and the ship in the
background symbolizes the voyages of St Paul and the spread of the
Christian message.
The painting is on canvas mounted on wooden batons with a plaster
moulded surround. It is still fixed to the wall where it was first
placed in the 1960's. The mural also has a brass dedication plaque.
Photos are available. We are particularly interested in finding
someone who will not only take the tryptic but who is able to arrange
the removal. We are a charity so any donation to our project would be
gladly welcome but is not compulsory. Our main aim is for it to be
removed safely and found a good home. The full length of the tryptic
is approx 7m long.
Contact - Janice Heyes
Trustee for Horton Chapel Arts and Heritage Society
Epsom
Surrey
Email: [email protected], www.hortonchapelproject.org
41. A large oak altar table (photographs available) was donated to St
Mary’s church North Leigh by the Gask family in the 1950s.
The table was donated in memory of Mary Isabella Gask who died in 1928
and was the grandmother of Miss Mary (May) Gask, a former member of
the congregation. A communion kneeler (houselling bench) was donated
at the same time in memory of Miss Gask’s mother, Mary (Nancy) I.
Gask, who died in 1952. The table dates from the first quarter of the
20th century. The 1984 church Terrier describes the two items as
follows:
“Purpose made rectangular shape with butt jointed and edged top, with
dowelled mortice and tenon corner joints. This is supported by rails
and four turned columnar legs, each pair terminating in a runner
mounted on bun feet, joined by a rectangular stretcher with top
corners cavetto moulded. Woodworm to front R.H. corner (when facing).
Materials: Oak
Date: Second quarter 20th c.
Dimensions: h.96 cm. x w. 168 cm. x d.81.5 cm.”
The communion table and altar kneeler occupied the Wilcote chapel
until 2000, when it was replaced by the current altar. The old table
was moved to the Perrott Aisle, where it is located in the northwest
corner of the Perrott aisle. It has not been used as an altar since it
was moved to the Perrott aisle, but has been infrequently used as a
base for displays.
The Gask family donated a communion kneeler rail along with the table.
The communion kneeler (photographs available) carries the inscription
“This altar was given in memory / of Mary Isabella GASK who died /
January 1st 1928”.
It is not proposed to dispose of the communion kneeler, which is in
regular use as a second communion point.
The PCC has written to the grandniece of Mary Gask to ask if the
family would have any objection to the table being removed, and they
have agreed to our proposal, but have suggested the table could be
relocated to a church elsewhere if one could be found that would be
interested in it.
The DAC has been consulted and have agreed in principle for the table
to be removed, although a faculty has not as yet been issued.
Contact – Steve Legg
3, Cuckamus Lane
North Leigh
Oxon
OX29 6RR
Tel: 01993 881 612
Mobile: 0752 666 9697
Email: [email protected]
42. General notes. Unless stated, items are available free of charge
for church use. Expressions of interest for secular use or from
dealers will be considered but may be subject to negotiating a
purchase price. The new owner in all cases would be expected to cover
the costs of removal and transport.
1) Several items from a closed church in Kirklees, West Yorkshire,
available immediately unless noted otherwise:
Photos of most of these items available by request.
a) Communion table ("high altar"), wooden with panelling, 214 x 69 x
99 cm.
b) Stone pulpit
c) Two sanctuary/"Bishop's" chairs (not a matching pair)
d) Four choir stalls and two frontals (illustration of detail only).
Lengths not given
e) Nave pews, number and length not given
f) Wooden reredos (relocated chancel screen)
g) Set of four altar frontals to match the altar listed above (length
214cm) in seasonal colours of green, red, purple and white
h) Pair of hymn number boards
i) Four brass alms dishes
j) Prayer desk
k) Two wooden benches length 3ft
l) Vestry furniture comprising a movable safe, wooden filing cabinet
and two-drawer desk
m) "Self interpreting" Church Bible (i.e. with commentary)
Contact – Stephen Craven
Tel: 0113 3530 274
Email:
[email protected],anglican.org
43. From Oxclose Church - 120 chairs. Dark green plastic with black
tubular steel frame built in linking mechanism. They are a good
quality chair - the plastic is quite rigid and they look good. We are
open to offers.
Contact - Canon Bob Hopper
Oxclose Church
Washington
Tyne and Wear NE37 0LA
Tel: 07960754744
Email: [email protected]
44. Free to a good home:
1) Tapestry altar frontal: 214cm x 56cm.
2) Old oak prie-dieu
Photos available on request
Contact - Trisha Shannon
Executive Assistant to the Revd Duncan Dormor,
General Secretary/CEO USPG
Tel: +44 (0)78 3366 4475
Email: [email protected]
45. From St Paul, Ireland Wood, Diocese of Leeds, approx. 30 copies of
“The Revised Psalter Pointed For Anglican Chant”
Contact - The Revd Mark Harlow
Tel: 0113 267 5567
Email: [email protected]
46. From St Philip & St James, Leckhampton, Gloucestershire
The following altar frontals are surplus to requirements. Donations
are invited.
For photographs and further information please contact the
churchwarden at the parish office.
Green damask with central motif of Faith Hope and Charity with 2 gold
bands either side gold fringe made by Wippells (1960s?). size 212" x
90"
All seasons frontal cotton brocade with 2 gold bands at either side.
136" x 80"
Purple damask, central gold cross with 2 gold bands either side with
attached gold super frontal gold fringe. Made by Wippells size 180" x
97"
Red silk damask with multi coloured silk fringe with embroidered
Victorian super frontal on red baize background. Very poor condition'
size 183" x 98"'
Green damask with central Jerusalem cross in gold with 2 gold bands
either side, gold fringe. Made by Wippells size 180"x 97"
Purple background, turquoise edging and purple and turquoise fringe.
Central motif of the crucifixion size 212" x 90". Made by Wippells.
Red damask central motif of white dove with 2 matching gold bands
either side. gold fringe. Made by Wippells size 212" x 90"
White damask central cross and crown with 2 gold bands either side,
gold fringe. Made by Wippells size 183" x 88"
Contact – Mrs Hazel Mace
Churchwarden
Tel: 07498 623855
Email: [email protected]
47. A splendid wooden eagle lectern is offered to churches for any
reasonable offer to be discussed. A faculty has been granted for its
disposal.
Standing around 6 feet high with a rotating book stand it was donated
to a church in Market Harbough, Leicestershire around 1940.
Contact - Alistair Helm 07557 375844
48. Lady Chapel Altar for disposal from
Buckingham St. Peter & Paul Parish Church,
MK18 1BS within Oxford DAC:
Due to remodelling of the Lady Chapel, the existing altar, tester and
riddle posts are available for disposal. This is a large piece
approximately 6 feet wide, by 3 feet deep and 12 feet tall to the top
of the canopy.
The altar and arcaded reredos were constructed first in 1915, the
Aumbry/Tabernacle canopy was added in 1925.
The altar was dedicated by Bishop Shaw in February 1916, in memoriam
of Councillor JT Harrison of the Poplars, Buckingham, by his widow and
family. It was designed by the architect Charles Nicholson and made
with a 4-panel front in English oak with plywood infill panels.
The linen covering was homemade by Miss Norris, daughter of Canon
Norris, a former Vicar at Buckingham who left to become Vicar of
Witney.
Photos are available on request.
Contact - Tim Jones
BPC Fabric Chair
Tel: 07597 076666
Email: [email protected]
49. From St Margarets Church East Wellow Hants:
75 “Hymns Old & New” New Anglican edition in good condition plus 3
music copies (not so pristine).
Contact – Lesley Mackay
Church Warden
Email: [email protected]

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