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IoE Number: 241799
Location: MUSTERS ROAD METHODIST CHURCH, MUSTERS ROAD (east side)
  WEST BRIDGFORD, RUSHCLIFFE, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
Photographer: Mr JM Webber ARPS
Date Photographed: 31 July 2004
Date listed: 13 April 1987
Date of last amendment: 13 April 1987
Grade II

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SK 53 NEWEST BRIDGFORDMUSTERS ROAD(east side)1/8Musters RoadMethodist Church

SK 53 NE WEST BRIDGFORD MUSTERS ROAD (east side) 1/8 Musters Road Methodist Church G.V. II Methodist Church. 1899. By R. C. Sutton. Late C14 style. Tooled and plain ashlar. Lead and slate gabled roofs. Chamfered plinth, moulded string course and eaves band, crenellated parapets, shouldered coped gables. Scrolled gutter brackets. Single side wall and single gable stacks. Windows are mullioned leaded casements with elliptical heads, and triple lancets with depressed ogee heads. South west tower, nave and chancel under continuous roof, north and south aisles, north and south transepts. South west tower, 2 stages, has 4 pairs of battered corner buttresses, 2 setoffs. Deep modillioned eaves. Square leaded tent roof with finial and wind vane. First stage has to south, triple casement and above, 2 smaller double casements. West side has a pair of doors with moulded surround, wavy impost band, and lamp bracket. Above, 2 double casements. North and east sides blank. Above, on south and west sides, moulded panel containing clock. On each side, a triple louvred opening. Nave west end has 2 triple casements and above, a 5 light Decorated lancet with hood mould. Clerestory has on each side 4 triple lancets. Chancel east end has similar lancet to nave west end. North west porch has to west a casement, and to its right a door with segmental head, leaded overlight and continuous hood mould. Buttressed north gable has, above, double lancet with hood mould. Buttressed aisles have each 4 triple lancets. North transept has 2 casements to north and single casement to west. East side has doorway with segmental head and to right, 2 casements. Buttressed south transept has to south a triple lancet and above, 2 slit lights. South east porch has to south a door and to east 2 casements. Entrance lobby has segmental vault. North porch has dogleg ashlar stair with coped balustrade. Both porches have doors with segmental heads. Nave arcades, 4 bays, have round piers with moulded segmental arches. Nave and chancel have continuous sill band and panelled hammer beam roof. Nave west end has C20 screen, gallery and stained glass window, 1959, by Abbott & Co. Ltd. Aisles have plastered groin vaults. Chancel has dwarf screen wall and panelled dado. East end has stained glass window, 1902. South side has segmental headed opening containing organ. Practice room has wooden Classical fireplace and overmantel. Fittings include traceried octagonal wooden pulpit with buttressed ashlar base. Traceried panelled communion table. C20 lectern. Panelled and moulded stalls and desks. Memorials include bronze tablet, 1935.

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