Description: Wesleyan Chapel, Retaining Wall, Railings and Gate
Date Listed: 21 April 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 33281
OS Grid Reference: ST4200459284
OS Grid Coordinates: 342004, 159284
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3297, -2.8338
ST 45 NW WINSCOMBE HILL ROAD
3/13 Wesleyan Chapel,
railings and gate
Chapel. 1899. By Foster and Wood of Bristol. Snecked squared rubble, freestone
dressings, plain and scalloped clay tiles. South porch, nave, chancel (aligned
south-north), vestry in gable cross wing to west. Perpendicular style. Low
south porch under lean-to roof has two 3 light, cusped windows and moulded pointed
arch. Corner buttress and similar arch to west leave south-west corner open. In
south gable is a 5 light square headed window under an ogee dripmould. Nave has
two 3 light windows with buttresses between. Vestry in cross gable stands on
battered plinth with full height buttresses. 2 light window under dripmould.
Prominent asymmetrical stacks. In north gable, 2 light window. Original fittings.
Boarded roof with ribs on corbels. Panelled sanctuary beyond vestigial chancel
arch. Coursed rubble battered retaining wall with low cast iron railings. Cast
iron gate and railings.
Listing NGR: ST4200459284
Source: English Heritage
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