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Description: Church of St.paul
Date Listed: 17 April 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 185494
OS Grid Reference: SD5017951174
OS Grid Coordinates: 350179, 451174
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9543, -2.7607
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SD 55 SW
2/102 Church of St.Paul
Church, now used as meeting room, 1805. Sandstone rubble with slate roof.
Chamfered quoins. Windows and doors have plain stone surrounds with
pointed heads. Windows have glazing bars, and Gothick tracery in their
heads which is said to be of cast iron. South wall, of 3 bays, has lower
parts of windows filled by modern brick. Gables have copings. The west
gable has a double bellcote with a pitched coping. The west wall has 2
doorways and no other openings. North wall has small gabled projection
with chamfered quoins, a window, and a gable with coping and chimney. In
the right-hand return wall there is a doorway. To each side the main
building has a window. East window has plain stone surround with pointed
head, a mullion branching to form Y-tracery, and Gothick glazing. Interior
has gallery on 2 sides, now with a modern blockwork wall built under its
front, and a flat ceiling.
Listing NGR: SD5017951174
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Source: English Heritage
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