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WHITEKIRK, PRIMARY SCHOOL WITH RETAINING WALLLB14616

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
17/05/1989
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Whitekirk And Tyninghame
NGR
NT 59586 81508
Coordinates
359586, 681508

Description

1877. Single storey T-plan gabled school. Squared and

snecked stugged red sandstone with cream stugged ashlar

dressings, rubble at rear. Crowstepped gables; beak

skewputts.

W (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: gabled porch set in re-entrant

angle adjoined to E-W gabled wing; dated shield above

4-centred doorway with hoodmould and vertically paned

fanlight; boarded door. Hoodmoulded windows. Tripartite

to outer right with moulded blank square panel above

centre, small gable head window and corbelled base of

former bellcote. Recessed bays of N-S wing to left with

2 bipartites.

E (REAR) ELEVATION: gable to left of E-W wing with

tripartite window and small light above. No hoodmoulds.

S ELEVATION: raised gabled panel breaking eaves at

centre with tripartite window bearing taller centre

light, stepped down below in corbelled fashion

incorporating round arched niche. Single lights flanking

in outer bays. Hoodmoulds to all openings.

N GABLE: bipartite window with no hoodmould. Lean-to

harled boiler room adjoining to right.

Small-pane glazing to sash and case windows. Coped

ridge stack and N gable end stack with original can.

Slate roofs.

Rubble retaining wall holding higher ground on school

side to S, E and W.

Statement of Special Interest

Listed C(S) owing to prominent position in Whitekirk,

beside the church. Stylistic form common to several

post Education Act schools.

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