Listed Building

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Status: Designated


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Date Added
Local Authority
Planning Authority
NO 32008 12862
332008, 712862


Gillespie and Scott, 1898, incorporating church of 1844, enlarged 1912. Romanesque, 3-bay, rectangular hall church. Front stugged coursers with polished dressings, gabled, round-headed entrance door with hood-mould. Triple round-headed windows above, 3-stage, tower to left, belfry in

upper stage, double round-headed openings with louvres, corbelled parapet with corner spouts enclosing octagonl red-tiled spire with weather-cock. East side, coursed rubble, each bay single round-headed window with stepped buttresses between. Choir room 1912?, joined to church by flat-roofed walk, single storey, rectangular, stugged, snecked rubble with polished dressings; mullioned three light window to north; piended slate roof. West side: 2-bay aisle, 1912, under main roof,

3 close spaced cusped lancets to each bay, buttresses between. Transept, dated 1912; gable to west mullioned 3-light window and stepped weather-table.

INTERIOR: gallery to north, arcade to west aisle, organ in transept. Pulpit and panelling 1912, pews 1898. Gated family pew with gothic detailed bench ends, in north east corner.

Statement of Special Interest

Foundation stone laid 3.12.1843 West End forms a B group In ecclesiastical use.



SRO CH3/679/1 Ewing, ANNALS OF THE FREE CHURCH Vol II p150 Gillespie and Scott drawings index in SNMR.

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