© Mr Derek Evans LRPS
UNITED REFORMED CHURCH, HILL ROAD (north east side)
CLEVEDON, NORTH SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Mr Derek Evans LRPS
13 October 1999
06 July 1984
Date of last amendment:
06 July 1984
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ST 4071 3/145 United Reformed Church
Church. 1855. Foster & Wood of Bristol. Rubble, freestone dressings, plain clay
tiles colour banded over chancel, ornate clay ridge tiles, raised coped verges.
Nave (ecclesiastically reversed) with east porch, chancel, south transept with bell-
turret, south porch, north aisle. Picturesque composition in Decorated style.
Ecclesiastical west end of nave has 3 lights under a continuous drip mould above a
single storey gabled porch flanked by rooms under a trefoil pierced parapet, else-
where in nave are lancets. Very large gabled south transept has a 3-light window
with geometrical tracery, at left is a slender octagonal bell-tower surmounted by a
shafted lantern with steep conical roof, at right a similar gabled porch steps
forward. Plain gabled north aisle built into hillside. An important element of
a good group. Interior not seen.