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Description: Former Methodist Church
Date Listed: 9 January 1956
English Heritage Building ID: 167787
OS Grid Reference: TA1048263064
OS Grid Coordinates: 510482, 463064
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0517, -0.3139
BURTON AGNES MAIN STREET
11/31 Former Methodist Chapel
Former Methodist Chapel. 'WESLEYAN CHAPEL / THE GROUND GRANTED / BY SIR
HENRY BOYNTON / 1857' to north gable on plaque. Colour-washed, pinkish-red
brick in stretcher bond with ashlar dressings and cast-tile roof. Single
tall storey, 3 bays. Central entrance, double traceried panel doors with
moulded ashlar jambs and under prominent hoodmould with label stops. To
outer bays are 2-light, pointed windows with reputedly 16-pane fixed lights
with intersecting tracery and trefoil to heads, now boarded in, under
prominent hoods with label stops. To north gable are 2 pointed windows with
reputedly 20-pane fixed lights with elaborate Perpendicular-type tracery and
quatrefoil to heads, now boarded in, under prominent hoodmoulds with label
stops. Stone sills. South gable has louvred ventilator.
Listing NGR: TA1048363062
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Source: English Heritage
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