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Market Hall and Lloyds Bank

A Grade II Listed Building in Lytham St Anne's, Lancashire

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Latitude: 53.7372 / 53°44'14"N

Longitude: -2.9649 / 2°57'53"W

OS Eastings: 336449

OS Northings: 427193

OS Grid: SD364271

Mapcode National: GBR 7TQ7.X1

Mapcode Global: WH85P.FBC9

Entry Name: Market Hall and Lloyds Bank

Listing Date: 13 January 1971

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1196377

English Heritage Legacy ID: 385295

Location: Fylde, Lancashire, FY8

County: Lancashire

District: Fylde

Town: Fylde

Electoral Ward/Division: Clifton

Built-Up Area: Lytham St Anne's

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire

Church of England Parish: Lytham St Cuthbert

Church of England Diocese: Blackburn

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Listing Text


621-1/5/76 Nos 1-7 (Consecutive) Market Hall
13/01/71 and Lloyds Bank


Market Hall, now bank, shops and offices. 1848, by Reed of
Liverpool, with additions 1868-72; altered and partly rebuilt
in C20.
Red brick in Flemish bond, with sandstone dressings and hipped
slate roofs.
Small rectangular building on north-south axis with original
entrances in centre of east and west sides, the former covered
by added annex and the latter replaced by added clock-tower
embraced by main range.
Single storey, 4:1:4 bays, with 3-stage clock-tower in centre
of east front and 2-storey annex attached to centre of west
front; stone plinth, rusticated quoins, plain frieze.
The long sides have arcades of round-headed arches with
imposts and triple keystones, those to the north of the centre
on both sides now filled by glazed shop fronts, and those to
the south of the centre now blank arches with inserted windows
(the east side entirely rebuilt in simpler form); and the
original entrance archway in the west side (now covered by the
annex but visible inside No.7) has a rusticated stone
The north and south ends each have a 3-bay arcade in a raised
surround of rusticated sandstone ashlar with Tuscan columns
distyle in antis crossed by vermiculated bands, arches with
rock-faced keystones, and a pulvinated rock-faced frieze.
The east clock tower, in Italianate style, has rusticated
quoins, string-courses, prominent bracketed eaves and a
pyramidal roof surmounted by an octagonal bellcote with ogival
cap; at ground floor, a tall round-headed archway with heavily
banded columns and pilasters forming the corners of the tower,
with a frieze and cornice carried round, rusticated voussoirs
to the arch including a keystone with carved cornucopia, and
large cast-iron open-work gates and fanlight (lettered
"MUSGRAVE & CO 1848 BOLTON"); arcaded 3-light windows at 1st
floor with carved imposts and moulded heads with keystones,
and sashed glazing with margin panes; and large clockfaces at
2nd floor.
The annex on the west side is square, 2-storeyed, has
rusticated quoins, 1st-floor sillband, plain frieze and
moulded cornice, and pyramidal roof; altered shop front at
ground floor and one round-headed window in each side at 1st
INTERIOR altered.

Listing NGR: SD3651527162

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