Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1359633

Date first listed: 11-Feb-1987

Date of most recent amendment: 27-Jun-2001



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County: Worcestershire

District: Worcester (District Authority)

National Grid Reference: SO 84825 55101


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SO8455SE ANGEL PLACE 620-1/12/17 (West side) 11/02/87 Angel Centre (Formerly Listed as: ANGEL PLACE (West side) Angel Place Sunday School)


Sunday school, now community centre. 1887-1888 by Aston Webb. Yellow brick with stone bands, quoins, dressings and copings with slate and shingle roofs. Rectangular plan with gabled roof of hall rising higher in centre. Main entrance canted at corner and set back. 2 storeys with stone sill bands and cornice-bands, carried through entrance tower. Irregular 5-bay fenestration to north and 4-bay to east. Deep canted bay with hipped roof and dentilled cornice to left of east front. All windows of mullion and transom cross-type with segmentally-arched heads to upper lights. Gabled hall block rises behind north front and carries back to south. Gabled dormer in roof on east side of hall. Entrance in 3-storey porch set back in north-east corner at 45 degree angle. 3 steps to 6-panel double doors, moulded lintel and acanthus keystone, double-hollow-chamfered round arch over and figure of seated child reading in the gable. Octagonal side buttresses with striped brick and stone quoining at first-floor levels carry up to crown-like finials flanking slim window with crest over in tall triangular gable. Tiled finial with weathervane behind. First floor has single transom and mullion cross-window over pointed triangular hood with segmental intrados and panelled tracery to double doors. INTERIOR: noted as having unusual plan with offices in rows around central 2-storey hall with gallery on columns in polygonal plan. Gallery has wooden balustrade. HISTORICAL NOTE: built as Sunday school for Congregational Church (now Tramps Nightclub), Angel Place (qv).


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