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Description: Chapel to Framlingham College
Date Listed: 18 December 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 286334
OS Grid Reference: TM2819963953
OS Grid Coordinates: 628199, 263953
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2265, 1.3399
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TM 26 SE FRAMLINGHAM COLLEGE ROAD
2/56 Chapel to Framlingham
School chapel, immediately to the east of the main school buildings and linked
to them by an enclosed cloister. Nave of 1866 by Frederick Peck (see previous
entry); chancel of 1875 by Barnes and Bishopp. In Gothic style. Red brick
and slates; scone window details. A small tower with steeply-pointed roof is
set at the south-west corner. Nave in 4 bays, with a 2-light traceried window
to each bay; apsidal east end with stepped buttresses. To north and south 2
very short transepts. Simple interior, with plain arches along the nave
walls, and 2 sceeply-poinced serrated arches to each transept. The open
timber roof has been boxed in.
Listing NGR: TM2819963953
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Source: English Heritage
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