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Description: Jubilee Hall with Attached Wall to South West
Date Listed: 15 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 236866
OS Grid Reference: NU1705805336
OS Grid Coordinates: 417058, 605336
Latitude/Longitude: 55.3418, -1.7326
NEWTON-ON-THE-MOOR NEWTON VILLAGE
NU 10 NE
2/197 Jubilee Hall,
wall to south-west
Village hall and attached wall, dated 1887, incorporating part of C18 cottage.
Hall snecked stone, with timber belfry with copper dome; wall and cottage
squared stone. Pantile roofs except for Welsh slates on outshut at rear of
Gabled front of hall shows boarded door with marble war memorial plaque to
right. 3-light transomed window, with moulded wood surround and small-paned
casements, under timber lintel with datestone in semicircular relieving arch
above. Coped gable on footstones with moulded finials; at apex square
bellcote on moulded corbels, with moulded corner shafts carrying swept dome
with weathervane. Attached wall runs forward from left end to street front,
stepping down in 3 irregular sections with pyramid-topped square piers between;
gabled coping. Set back to right is 1-bay part of cottage: boarded door in
chamfered surround with paired 6-pane casements on left; corniced ridge stack
heightened in brick. Attached building to right is Reading Room (q.v.).
3-bay left return of hall shows 2- and 3-light transomed windows in moulded
wood surrounds; similar 3-light window in rear gable-end.
Interior: Early C18 panelled round arch with imposts and fluted keyblock
reset as entrance to hall from cottage part, almost certainly from removed
1st floor of the house which is now the Reading Room.
Listing NGR: NU1705805336
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Source: English Heritage
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