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Listed Building: FORMER PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL (1335420)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1261, 16, 69
Date assigned Friday, July 11, 1980
Date last amended


Presbyterian chapel, at the time of re-survey being converted into a house. Said to date from 1662. Red brick in monk bond with ashlar quoins. Tall single storey. Broad twin gabled building with plain tile roof. The west elevation has two large rectangular windows under slightly arched lintels. The south elevation has two rectangular windows high up, the lintels forming part of a continuous stone band. The interior has three wall memorials of 1723, 1837 and 1877. The building served as the presbyterian meeting house until 1893 when a new chapel was built adjoining (demolished 1986) and the old chapel became the sunday school. Source: Downman's 'History of Bolsover' 1895.

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Grid reference SK 47246 70470 (point)
Map sheet SK47SE

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Feb 25 2011 2:02PM

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