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COURTHILL ROAD TQ 3875 779-/14/10062 United Reformed Church Sunday School
Sunday school building for the Lewisham United Reformed Church (formerly Lewisham Congregational Church). 1880-1, George Sherrin. Two-storeys. Ragstone with slate roof.
Prominent central fleche spire. 'L'shaped plan with apse at either end. Perpendicular Gothic style. Courthill Road elevation: mullion and transom windows: two on upper storey with gablets breaking through roof, two on ground floor. Large seven-light Perpendicular window set into gable end, with three small flat-arched windows below divided by short buttresses. Central entrance with porch. Three-sided apses at west and south ends. Flat-arched mullion and transom windows on ground and upper floor divided by full-height buttresses. INTERIOR: Open double-height galleried hall with apse. Compartmented timber roof Galleries carried on simple square columns. Open arcades on east and west sides above galleries: shallow arches springing from moulded and tapered piers with Flemish detail. Three-sided apse at south end panelled below the window.
Listing NGR: TQ3817675026
© Mr Richard M. Brown. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Brown, Richard M.
Rights Holder: Brown, Richard M.
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