Description: Chapel Adjoining North West of Jane Walker Hospital
Date Listed: 10 March 1992
English Heritage Building ID: 278703
OS Grid Reference: TL9514234320
OS Grid Coordinates: 595142, 234320
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9731, 0.8396
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NAYLAND WITH WISSINGTON -
TL 93 SE
15/10001 Chapel adjoining NW of
Jane Walker Hospital
Chapel of Jane Walker Hospital (qv). 1908 by Smith and Brewer for the East
Anglian Sanatorium company. Roughcast brick. Gable-ended plain tile roof.
Plan: Nave with west end entrance and chancel under one roof with small
transeptal organ wing on north side on chancel. Edwardian Free Style.
Exterior:, West end has doorway with side lights and flat canopy above which
is large semi-circular window in gable. The north and south sides of the
nave have 3 bays divided by battered buttresses which rise through the deep
eaves with gabled tops; under the eaves 5-light window bands with leaded
panes. Similar corner buttresses at east gable end which has small 3-light
stone mullion window high up in gable. Gable-ended north transept with
corner buttresses and Venetian window. Small open timber bellcote with
hipped roof on ridge. 2 flat-roof dormers on either side. Leaded pane
casements throughout. Interior: Plain plastered walls and polygonal barrel-
vaulted ceiling. Open timber screen with rood in plastered arch above.
Source: A Service, Edwardian Architecture, p209
Listing NGR: TL9514234320
Source: English Heritage
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