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No. 9, CHURCH STREET (BROTHERHOOD HALL)

A Grade I Listed Building in Steyning, West Sussex

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8882 / 50°53'17"N

Longitude: -0.3275 / 0°19'38"W

OS Eastings: 517737

OS Northings: 111192

OS Grid: TQ177111

Mapcode National: GBR HLS.81B

Mapcode Global: FRA B66R.G85

Entry Name: No. 9, CHURCH STREET (BROTHERHOOD HALL)

Listing Date: 15 March 1955

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1194367

English Heritage Legacy ID: 298667

Location: Steyning, Horsham, West Sussex, BN44

County: West Sussex

District: Horsham

Civil Parish: Steyning

Built-Up Area: Steyning

Traditional County: Sussex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Sussex

Church of England Parish: Steyning St Andrew

Church of England Diocese: Chichester

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Listing Text


TQ 1711,
24/62

STEYNING,
CHURCH STREET (south-east side),
No 9

15.03.55

G.V.

II

The original part of Steyning Grammar School. C15 timber-framed building originally
the Brotherhood Hall of the Fraternity of the Holy Trinity. This ceased to exist at
the Dissolution. The Grammar School was established here in 1614, over the doorway
is a tablet inscribed "Brotherhood Hall. Grammar School founded in his native town
and endowed AD 1614 by Wm Holland, Alderman of Chichester". Ground floor has been
rebuilt in brick, now painted. First floor oversails on bressumer and brackets and
is now tile-hung, once painted, but has no windows facing the street. Above are
wide two gables of ornamental timbering with carved bargeboards, 11 pendants and
five-light casement windows. Horsham slab roof. Central red brick porch of three
storeys and window of which ground and first floors date from 1614 and the top
storey with gable over, from late C19. It contains a pointed brick archway with
dripstone over and a wrought-iron gate. Inner doorway set in moulded architrave
surround with original door of four vertical panels. To south-west of the porch
are two windows and two doorways, one with four-centred head, moulded jambs and
lintel. To north-east of the porch are three windows and similar blocked doorway.
Large modern additions behind, to south-east, not of special interest.


Listing NGR: TQ1773711192

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