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Description: Old School, Wall, Gate Piers and Gate
Date Listed: 11 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 196988
OS Grid Reference: SK9605074610
OS Grid Coordinates: 496050, 374610
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2598, -0.5616
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SK 97 SE BURTON MIDDLE STREET
9/24 Old School, wall,
gate piers and
School, now village hall. 1897 with addition of 1919. Coursed
rockfaced limestone with yellow brick dressings and slate roof
with sprocketed eaves and raised stone coped gables, one
octagonal stone wall stack. Single storey, 3 bay front, central
chimney bay slightly advanced with string course and above 3
steps to a chimney at gable. Central 1914-18 war memorial in
Portland stone, flanked by single 4 light glazing bar casements
with brick dressings to eaves. In the central gable a
rectangular stone plaque bearing the Monson arms and the date
1897. Before the building is a low limestone rubble wall with
wedge shaped coping having a central gateway, flanked by low
square piers bearing seated lions with shields of arms. The
gates are of wrought iron with decorative top rails and spear
Listing NGR: SK9605074610
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Source: English Heritage
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