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Description: Pamphill Church of England First School
Date Listed: 18 March 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 107285
OS Grid Reference: ST9928400452
OS Grid Coordinates: 399284, 100452
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8036, -2.0115
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5193 PAMPHILL LITTLE PAMPHILL
Pamphill Church of England
ST 90 SE 3/60 18.3.55
Built 1698 by Roger Gillingham of the Middle Temple as a school and almshouses, these
latter now incorporated in the school. Brick walls, tiled roofs with stone eaves
courses and parapets with moulded brick copings. Single storey. Long almshouse range
with taller schoolroom block in centre, at right angles, forming a T-shaped plan.
Schoolroom has ledged door in classical stone surround with curved broken pediment.
Two tall windows with glazing bars each side of this. Above the doorway, an inscribed
stone plaque. Gable above this rendered, with blocked circular Window.
The former almshouse wings each side of the schoolroom each have four ledged doors
and four casement windows with lead lights. Plat band above window heads. Various
modern additions at rear.
RCHM Monument 3.
Listing NGR: ST9928400452
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Source: English Heritage
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