St Saviour's Church Of England School

21 May 2000
St Saviour's Church Of England School, Church Road, Bamber Bridge, South Ribble, Lancashire, PR5 6EP
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This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.


5/119 St. Saviour's Church of England - School GV II

School, early C19. Stone (coursed and squared at front, rubble at sides and rear), slate roofs. Rectangular plan, single storey, covered by 3 parallel ridges of roof which make 3 equal gables at left end; at the right end the roof-rises to cover the front and muddle ranges of building, making a small assembly hall. Romanesque style with lesenes, Lombard frieze (continued on the gables) and stone mullion windows with round headed lights, linked at the level of the heads by a thin string course.

Front is 10 bays in length, and has a gabled entrance breaking forward slightly in the 5th bay: this has a round headed door flanked by lower round headed openings (now glazed at the heads but otherwise blocked), with 3 stepped single-light windows above; except for a tall 2-light window to the hall, all front windows have 3 lights; right gable has a much larger 3-light window; left end has a round headed door with hoodmould in the left gable, a 3-light window in each of the others, and a small trefoil opening near the apex of each gable. Rear has 4 large rectangular windows and 5 single light round headed windows, irregularly disposed. This building complements Church of St. Saviour (q.v.) on opposite side of Church Road.

Listing NGR: SD5657725067


This is part of the Series: IOE01/0738 IOE Records taken by K Foster; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England


© Mr K. Foster. Source: Historic England Archive

This photograph was taken for the Images of England project

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Photographer: Foster, K.

Rights Holder: Foster, K.


Rubble, Slate, Stone, Georgian School, Victorian Education