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Description: Bournemouth East Cemetery Chapels
Date Listed: 26 February 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 101920
OS Grid Reference: SZ1206692607
OS Grid Coordinates: 412066, 92607
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7330, -1.8304
5186 Gloucester road
SZ 1292 30/302
1897, architect F W Lacey (Borough Engineer). Usual pattern of Church of England and
Non-Conformist Chapels linked by central former porch in this case with good Rayonnant
style spire; the rest are in Early English styles. Materials are rough-faced rubble and
decorated with ashlar quoins and dressings; spire in Portland stone. Tiled roofs. Not
symmetrical: gable and lancet triplet to right hand chapel, short link passage to left
hand chapel. Angled bay to NE. Main feature is the spire which springs from a gabled
arcade with pinnacles. The 3 stage tower has pierced parapets and corner finials ant
an unusual combination of diagonal and corner buttresses. Large 2 light decorated
window to belfry, gabled image niche (with statue) below. Main entrance with triangular
Listing NGR: SZ1206692607
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Source: English Heritage
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