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St Leonards without, Kirkstead, Lincolnshire: the very early wooden chancel screen

RIBA6954
Weir, William (1865-1950)
NOTES: This church, built c.1230-1240 in Early English style, was formerly the chapel 'ante portas' of the abbey. The church closed in 1977 and was rescued from total decay by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. It was eventually restored by William Weir in 1913-1914. The screen could be coeval with the chapel and would therefore be one of the earliest wooden screens in existence.

St Mary the Virgin, Knox Road, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

RIBA6972
Comper, Sir John Ninian (1864-1960)
NOTES: Construction on this church by Sir John Ninian Comper began with the north chapel in 1908 and ended with the chancel in 1930. The furnishing was never completed to Comper's designs.

Viceroy's House, New Delhi: the tennis-court screen

RIBA7468
Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)

Anglican Cathedral, St James's Mount, Liverpool: the high altar and reredos at the east end

RIBA8102
Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert (1880-1960)
NOTES: The cathedral was built to a competition-winning design of 1903. It was consecrated in 1924 but only completed in 1978.

Anglican Cathedral, St James's Mount, Liverpool: the east window and reredos behind the high altar and the screen

RIBA8103
Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert (1880-1960)
NOTES: The cathedral was built to a competition-winning design of 1903. It was consecrated in 1924 but only completed in 1978.

Audley End, Essex: Jacobean screen in the hall

RIBA9176
NOTES: Occupying the site of the 12th century Walden Abbey, granted to Sir Thomas Audley in 1538, this is the largest of the Jacobean 'prodigy' houses. It was built by Thomas, Earl of Suffolk and King James I's Lord Chamberlain from c.1605 to c.1614.

Holy Trinity, Balsham, Cambridgeshire: the rood screen in the chancel

RIBA9630
NOTES: Construction on this church began in the 13th century. Most of the chancel dates from c.1330.

St Peter, St Paul, and St Thomas of Canterbury church, Bovey Tracey: chancel screen

RIBA9632
SUBJECT DATE: The screen was restored between 1887 and 1888.

All Saints, Earls Barton, Northamptonshire: the rood screen

RIBA9633
SUBJECT DATE: The screen was restored in 1892.
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