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Description: Village Hall
Date Listed: 7 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134841
OS Grid Reference: SP0689334265
OS Grid Coordinates: 406893, 234265
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0068, -1.9010
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STANTON CHURCH LANE
11/60 Village Hall
Village Hall. Circa 1911. Approaching rock-faced, coursed squared
stone, ashlar dressings, stone slate roof. Three-bay hall,
entrance in wing forming 'L'. To Church Lane: gable on right, 5-
light mullion and transom window, hoodmould. Above oval window,
dummy keys all round, infilled louvres. Slightly set back on left,
boarded door up 4 concrete steps, simple timber rail each side;
Tudor arch to door, deep lintel, hoodmould. Two-light mullioned
window, semi-circular heads to lights, recessed spandrels,
hoodmould, set in gabled stone dormer. Chimney on ridge against
back of hall. Right return, to High Street, three 3-light
mullioned windows, as in dormer; hollow chamfer. Dedication stone
below main gable window, in memory of the Rev Morris Burland,
Rector of Stanton 1877-1911, and his wife.
Listing NGR: SP0689334265
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Source: English Heritage
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