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Rushmoor (District Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
SU 86109 50662


ALDERSHOT Grosvenor Road 5238 SV 8650 (West side) 5/32 Aldershot Methodist Church 30.4.81 II*

Non-conformist church (Methodist). 1875 (foundation stone). Local sandstone rubble with bathstone dressings, part brick at rear, slate roofs and crested ridge tiles. Nave with aisles, transepts, chancel, north-west tower. Mixed Gothic in character with Early Engilsh, Decorated and Perpendicular features. Main west window in good Early English with portal below. Another portal to 4 stage corner tower, lancet to second stage, triple lancet to third stage, clock, arcaded top in ashlar with crocketted pinnacles. Queens Road front has 3 aisle gables with reticulated windows; transept with large paired windows and rose above. Interior: Open and spacious with open hammerbeam roof. Very slender paired cast iron columns support 5 bay arcade of striped brick and stone pointed arches with clerestory above. Single taller column to the larger transept arches. Stone arch to polygonal chancel. Chancel lit by triple lancets. West gallery. Organ of 1906. Choir stalls and lectern 1932. otherwise pine furnishings which are apparently original. Transept galleries may have been removed. A little altered and decoratively designed Methodist church built for the important Victorian town of Aldershot. The exterior has important townscape value and is the only significant tower in the town.

Listing NGR: SU8612950636


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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