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Description: Baptist Chapel
Date Listed: 3 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 177902
OS Grid Reference: TR2829149423
OS Grid Coordinates: 628291, 149423
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1984, 1.2663
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EYTHORNE UPPER EYETHORNE
TR 24 NE
Chapel. Dated 1804. Rendered red brick, exposed on return elevations,
with plain tiled roof. Plinth with pediment shaped parapet to hipped roof.
Two tiers of 2 semi-circular headed glazing bar sashes, with central blank
space inscribed: BAPTIST. C20 red brick porch with boarded door and
rectangular fanlight. Two tiers of 4 semi-circular headed glazing bar
sashes on each return elevation. Interior: Panelled pulpits and apsidal
shaped gallery survive. The church built to serve probably the oldest
Baptist community in the Country, referred to at the martyrdom of
Joan Bourchier, 1550.
Listing NGR: TR2829149423
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Source: English Heritage
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