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© Mr Peter Bassingham

IoE Number: 33016
Location: METHODIST CHURCH, THE STREET (east side)
  UBLEY, BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Photographer: Mr Peter Bassingham
Date Photographed: 08 June 2002
Date listed: 04 December 1986
Date of last amendment: 04 December 1986
Grade II

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ST 55 NWUBLEY C.P.THE STREET (east side)5/119Methodist ChurchII

ST 55 NW UBLEY C.P. THE STREET (east side) 5/119 Methodist Church II Methodist church. Mid - late C19. Random sandstone rubble with limestone dressings and quoins, slate roofs with raised coped verges and kneelers. West front has gable end, gabled wooden porch on rubble plinth with double doors and cast iron finial; 3-light window above with round heads, central light wider and taller, outer lights divided by 3 moulded stone transoms, round head overall with bracketted keystone. Left and right returns of 3 bays with similar 2-light windows, glazed circle at top and plain keystone, string course above keystones. Church room attached to rear has at right return a similar smaller 2-light window to left and taller 2-light window to right with gable over, central door in plain surround with pendant keystone, similar string course; at left return a similar 2-light window to right, no string course, lean-to with small 2-light round-headed window. Rear has single, round-headed light in lean-to, 2 shaped breathers in gable end, stone gable stack. Interior: 3-bay roof with principal rafters and collars, carved at angles, dais to east with carved pulpit and balustrade; similar 3-bay roof to rear room. Fittings: original plain wooden pews and organ dated 1888 by Sweetland of Bath.

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