This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL 8130 HALSTEAD, FORMER UD THE CAUSEWAY
1/10005 Royal British Legion Club
Originally a working men's club, later a Royal British Legion club. 1883. Designed by George Sherrin and built for Samuel Courtauld's workers at Townsford Mill. Queen Anne style. Built in red brick in Flemish bond with hipped tiled roof and bellcote tiled to base, but shingled spire with metal finial. One storey. Front has projecting curved pediment with datestone of 1883 and letters SC&Co. Below are a pair of tall sashes with horns and ovolo moulding under shared apron. Moulded brick ovolo cornice and 4 swag panels. Doorcase in left angle has brick pilasters, entablature and arched opening with keystone and tympanum with carved roses and central shield with SC&Co. Double door. Side elevation of one storey with 3 cambered sashes with aprons divided by pilasters. One storey later extension to rear in matching style.
Listing NGR: TL8124730398
© Mr Derek John Collis. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Collis, Derek John
Rights Holder: Collis, Derek John
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