Temperance hall designed by H I Stevens in 1853. (1)
Derby City Church was originally built as a Temperance Hall, now in use as a church. It was designed by Henry I Stevens and built in 1854 with alterations in 1889 and the 20th century. It is red brick and painted stucco with slate roofs. The entrance façade is gabled with side facades largely hidden with 5 round headed windows to each side and blind projection to the east gable. The interior has an impressive roof with laminated wooden roof trusses. There are galleries around three sides supported on large iron console brackets, with curved fronts probably replaced in the 20th century. (2)
Article in serial: Burrows, M. 1983. 'Henry Isaac Stevens 1807-1873: A Derby Architect', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal. Volume 103, pp 133-136. p 136.
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. List entry number 1351979.
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Centred SK 34963 36246 (35m by 34m)
DERBY, DERBY, DERBYSHIRE
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