OLD PEOPLES DAY CENTRE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1072749

Date first listed: 09-Mar-1984

Statutory Address: 20, CANNON STREET

Statutory Address: OLD PEOPLES DAY CENTRE, EAGLE STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: 20, CANNON STREET

Statutory Address: OLD PEOPLES DAY CENTRE, EAGLE STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Lancashire

District: Hyndburn (District Authority)

National Grid Reference: SD 75836 28521

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History

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Details

ACCRINGTON CANNON STREET SD 72 NE 7/11 No.20 - - II

Includes Old People's Day Centre, Eagle Street. Former Manchester and Liverpool Bank, c.1865, now premises of Environmental Health Department. Ashlar, slate roof. Main facade to Eagle Street has single storey flat - roofed pavillion on left, gabled porch and entrance hall, 2-storey block on the right. Italian Gothic style. Modillioned cornice carries round the whole, pavilion and porch having a saw-tooth pattern below this; parapet of pavilion rises over the porch to form a shaped gable bearing a carved coat of arms. Centre of pavilion breaks forward to form a bay with a triple window. To right of porch, 2-storey block has 4 windows on each floor. Ground floor windows throughout have round intrados and pointed extrados to each light, roll-moulded jambs and heads, crocketed imposts; segmental-headed sashed 1st floor windows with linked stilted hoodmoulds; prominent cornice. Various medallions between window heads at ground floor, those in the right return wall lettered "M & L" and "DE". Rear wing rock-faced stone, in similar style, was original domestic quarters.

Listing NGR: SD7583628521

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 183807

Legacy System: LBS

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