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Description: Church Hall
Date Listed: 2 June 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 241856
OS Grid Reference: SK6788568508
OS Grid Coordinates: 467885, 368508
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2093, -0.9850
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BOUGHTON CHURCH LANE
SK 66 NE
3/5 Church Hall (formerly
listed under Pickin's Row)
Church hall, formerly school. 1859. For W. J. Pickin. Gothic
Revival style. Red and yellow brick with slate roof. Rendered
plinth, moulded dentillated eaves, shaped bargeboards with
finials, single ridge stack. Single and 2 storeys, 5 unequal
bays, L-plan. Windows are mostly pointed casements with timber Y
tracery, restored. West front has projecting gabled 2 storey bay
to left with 2 storey pointed headed recess containing a square
headed traceried casement. To right, in return angle, gabled
angled porch with C20 door. To right again, 3 recesses, each
with a casement. To right again, gabled porch with close boarded
door and overlight, flanked by single diamond recesses, that to
right containing stone inscribed "Founded by W. J. and S. M.
Pickin, 24th September 1859 Laus Deo". Above, to left, a
traceried double casement. South gable has a full height recess
containing altered 3 light traceried casement. Gabled north end,
has central plain sash flanked by single recessed panels with
dentillated heads, containing, to left, a casement and to right,
blocked window, both with rubbed brick heads. To right again,
similar panel with dentillated head. Above, central pointed
recess containing casement with rubbed brick head. East side has
C20 flat roofed addition and above, sloping C20 dormer.
Listing NGR: SK6788568508
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Source: English Heritage
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