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Description: Camelot Club
Date Listed: 4 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 269796
OS Grid Reference: ST2291724752
OS Grid Coordinates: 322917, 124752
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0170, -3.1003
(formerly listed as
Octagon gospel Ball)
ST 2224 NE 9/18 4.6. 52.
Approached by a narrow entry between Nos 7 and 8 Middle Street. Now converted
from former use as Octagon Gospel Hall. John Wesley preached at the owning of
the chapel. 1776-1. Octagonal 2 storey brick building with plain tile roof.
Eaves with moulded brick dentils. Round-headed windows to lower floor, oeil-de-boeuf
windows above. Later entrance porch of machine-made red brick. Interior has gallery
with Tuscan supports round 5 sides of the octagon. Panelled gallery fronts with
dentil cornice. Large recent extensions to rear are not included.
All the listed buildings on south side of Middle Street form a good group with
Nos 15 Canon Street.
Listing NGR: ST2291724752
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Source: English Heritage
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