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Description: Wesleyan Chapel and Hall
Date Listed: 22 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 329106
OS Grid Reference: SE6981074839
OS Grid Coordinates: 469810, 474839
Latitude/Longitude: 54.1646, -0.9323
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SLINGSBY THE GREEN
10/149 Wesleyan Chapel and hall
Chapel of 2 builds. 1837 and later C19. Hammer-dressed limestone, Welsh
slate roof. Chapel to right, hall to left. Single storey. To left: tall
2-bay range with lower 2-bay range with angled facade to right. Left range:
paired sashes in stone surrounds with stepped buttresses to centre and
angles. Gable coping, shaped kneelers, ball finial to left end. Right
range: board door with overlight to left, paired sashes in stone surrounds
to right. Ridge stack. Chapel to extreme right: double-leaf pointed door
in gabled porch flanked by pointed windows in Perpendicular style. Central
plaque above porch inscribed:
Gable coping, shaped kneelers, ball finials. Pair of louvres to ridge.
Listing NGR: SE6981074839
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Source: English Heritage
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