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Description: Congregational Chapel
Date Listed: 5 September 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 104713
OS Grid Reference: SY3662993642
OS Grid Coordinates: 336629, 93642
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7389, -2.8994
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SY 3693 CHARMOUTH THE STREET,
8/28 Congregational Chapel
Congregational Chapel. Tablet on northgable: "founded 1689, rebuilt 1815 "founded 1689, rebuilt 1815,
restored 1866, restored 1963". Stone walls, rendered. Asbestos slate roof
with pedimented gable end to street. North elevation: 2 storeys, 2 windows
wide with round heads. Wooden window frames with Y tracery. Small lozenge
leaded panes with green and yellow rippled stain glass. Main door at centre,
2 leaf with a round-head and Y tracery fanlight. 6-panel door with panelled
jambs. The east wall is buttressed; both east and west walls contain round-
headed windows. The interior is plain with a gallery on 4 slim iron columns
at the north end. Reeded pilasters and arch over at the south end, in wood,
plain imposts. Reading desk, wood with convex panelled front, early C19.
2 Memorial Tablets on north wall. "RCHM, Dorset I", p 88 (2).
Listing NGR: SY3662993642
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Source: English Heritage
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