This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST4717 STOKE SUB HAMDON CP WEST STREET (North side) 6/338 Stoke sub Hamdon Methodist Church - - II Methodist Church. 1909. Ham stone ashlar facade, coursed rubble with dressings to sides and rear; plain clay tiled roof behind front coped and stepped gable. In a simple Art-Nouveau style. Front gable has pilasters carried above roof line with chequer ornament, moulded coping with cross- finial; below a projecting timber-framed and plain tiled porch between two raked buttress walls having flat tops with ball finials, with pair wide part-glazed doors under timber gable, with small-pane casement sidelights; above, a group of 3 lancet windows, the centre taller, with impost string and shared arched label, the windows having Art-Nouveau leading. On side elevations pair plain chamfered windows under eaves having exposed rafter ends, leaded to match. A 3-bay extension to match at north end, also a flat roofed extension to east, probably of same date. Interior not seen. Well detailed example of type, apparently unaltered. (VCH Vol III, 1974).
Listing NGR: ST4710117209
© Mr JE Leeson. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Leeson, Je
Rights Holder: Leeson, Je
Ashlar, Clay, Ham Hill Stone, Rubble, Tile, Victorian Methodist Chapel, Religious Ritual And Funerary, Nonconformist Chapel, Chapel, Place Of Worship