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Statutory Address:

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

Windsor and Maidenhead (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SU 96195 76592


WINDSOR ALMA ROAD SU 9676 NW (west side) 2/250 Windsor Methodist Church GV II Listed under Clarence Road.


WINDSOR CLARENCE ROAD SU 9676 NW (south side) 2/250 Windsor Methodist Church GV II Wesleyan Methodist Church. Dated 1876. By Morris and Stallwood; builder G Ravell. Rock-faced rubblestone brought to course with stone dressings; Welsh slate roof with decorative bands of fish-sclae slates, ashlar coping and finials, red tile ridges. 6-bay nave with gallery around 3 sides, the north bay incorporating entrance vestibule and 2 stairs up to gallery; hall and vestry cross-wing range across south end. In Gothic style having chamfered plinth, sill strings, offset buttresses, dentilled eaves band. Plate-traceried windows of paired cusped lights, those to gallery with octafoils in heads and set in gablets; some coloured glass. Entrances, at west end of north side and at north end of east side, have porches with arches of 2 orders carried by foliage- capitaled columns; double board doors with decorative iron hinges. North (Clarence Road) elevation: 3 bays, right bay with porch below cinquefoil; left bay with stair-window of 3 lights, stepped at base, and octafoil; and central bay with three 1-light windows below large window of 5 lights and cinquefoils. East elevation; right bay projects and has porch below circular window with trefoils and hoodmould; shaped feature to left gable of nave; projecting gabled 2-bay cross-wing on left has windows as nave and paired pointed-arched louvres to apex. West elevation as east, but with canted bay at left end with stair window (as before). Rear plainer, having chamfered square-headed openings; 2 board doors with 2-light overlights linked by windows of 1, 4 and 1 lights; three 2-light windows above and one at mid-height to either side. Interior: gallery supported by octagonal wooden columns, and having front of board panels with fretted tops. Arch-braced roof trusses. Original pews. Original organ, moved to south end. Foundation stone in entrance vestibule. Print in vestry shows church formerly had tall spire at north end.

Listing NGR: SU9619576592


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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: 27 Oct 2001
Reference: IOE01/04054/19
Rights: Copyright IoE Ms Alison Lee. Source Historic England Archive
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