This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
1. 5130 WEST STREET (north side)
SU 8881 SE United Reformed Church 4/56
1785 on date panel. Entrance front considerably altered in the mid/late C19. Red brick, slate roof. South front, gabled with parapet, full height recessed arched opening, stone coping and dentils to parapet. Three tall windows, centre with rounded head all with glazing bars forming circular patterns. Full height coupled Corinthian pilasters with stone capitals supporting arch. Barrel vault under arch with soffite rendered and lined. Flanked by pavilions with hipped slate roofs, brick dentil cornice, stone flat band at first floor and ground floor carried up at ground floor in semi-circular arched openings with keystones over door openings. Door to RH with six moulded panels, semi-circular glazed fanlight over, similar on LH but with panels glazed. Circular windows with glazing bars forming 4 circles, above doors. North end well restored in modern times. Interior:- double height with balustraded gallery on slender cast iron fluted Doric columns on three sides. Plaster cornice. North wall has central panelled pulpit with stairs on either side and ornate wood balusters in front of tall semi-circular arched niche, flanked by six-panelled doors in moulded architraves. V.C.H. p 97 Vol III.
Listing NGR: SU8884381314
© Mr Chris Pooley. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Pooley, Chris
Rights Holder: Pooley, Chris
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