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Erewash (District Authority)
Ockbrook and Borrowash
National Grid Reference:
SK 42138 36176


PARISH OF OCKBROOK THE SETTLEMENT SK 42 36 6/76 (North Side) The Moravian 10.11.67 Chapel/Church GV II*

Moravian chapel. 1751 with minor C19 alterations, mostly to the interior. Built as the centrepiece of the Moravian Settlement. Red brick with gauged brick and painted ashlar dressings, painted stone plinth and plain band over the windows and also moulded stone cornice. Slate roof with stone copings, two strange circular, vents to ridge and central pediment with a painted wooden square cupola over. This cupola has semi- circular headed arches to each side, balustraded to base, and colonnettes to each corner, supporting an ogival leaded roof with ball finial and weather-vane to top. Five bays and single storey with internal gallery. Main elevation has three large semi-circular headed windows with stone imposts and keystones and margin light glazing bar sashes. To either side is a wide semi-circular headed doorcase, again with stone imposts and keystone, with double panelled doors and divided fanlight. Above each door is a glazing bar sash under segment head with stone keystone. Above in the centre of the pediment, which runs the width of the three bays, is a black clockface erected in 1827. Interior is plain with a raised and fielded panelled gallery on fluted iron columns to north and ceiling rose and cornice. The internal arrangements were changed in the C19 and the original C18 pulpit with its panelled and pedimented back panel was re-set on the south wall, also C19 pews were inserted.

Listing NGR: SK4213836176


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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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Date: 08 May 2003
Reference: IOE01/10690/09
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