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Description: Cricket Pavillion
Date Listed: 7 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 134879
OS Grid Reference: SP0596432576
OS Grid Coordinates: 405964, 232576
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9916, -1.9145
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SP 03 SE
Cricket Pavilion. 1925 by John Oakey of Winchcombe presented to the cricket club
by Sir James Barrie. Timber framed, clad with larch poles, thatched roof.
Building is raised on 5x5 staddle stones, front has full width covered verandah,
behind which are 4 shuttered openings and central doorway; back has recesses to
left and right covered by continuous roof, that to left part enclosed by larch
poles, that to right with steps to a door. Each recess contains a casement
window, and there are three small square casements set high in the centre section.
Interior not inspected, but said to be fitted in Columbian pine. Sir James Barrie
was a frequent visitor to the Earl and Countess of Wemyss at Stanway House (q.v.).
The pavilion appears to be externally unchanged.
Listing NGR: SP0596432576
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Source: English Heritage
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