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© Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB

IoE Number: 407660
Photographer: Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB
Date Photographed: 26 March 2002
Date listed: 05 June 1987
Date of last amendment: 05 June 1987
Grade II

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STANHOPEWESTGATENY 93 NW19/302Westgate PrimitiveMethodist ChapelII

STANHOPE WESTGATE NY 93 NW 19/302 Westgate Primitive Methodist Chapel II Primitive Methodist Chapel. First part 1824; second part 1871 by George Race junior and Atkinson. Thin courses of squared sandstone with ashlar plinth, quoins and dressings; Welsh slate roofs. 2 storeys, 5 and 3 bays. Main building has 5-panel doors with fanlights, at left and paired at right, in stone surrounds of keyed arches on pilasters. Plain raised stone surrounds to square-headed ground-floor windows; round-headed surrounds in style of doors to first-floor windows, all with aprons. Late C19 glazing with coloured margin lights. Cornices at first floor level and at eaves. Earlier part at right has 2 lower storeys; door at right, and windows as those of main building, but without aprons. Roofs have end chimneys. Interior: painted plaster above boarded dado; coved ceiling with large panels which have stucco leaf decoration in corners; elaborate ceiling ventilator roundels. Gallery round 4 sides, on modified Corinthian cast iron columns, has projecting balustrade with pulvinated pierced cast-iron panel in quatrefoil pattern. Similar columns in gallery support longitudinal arched braces. High panelled pulpit with similar balustrade and steps at one side; communion rail on patterned cast-iron balusters; organ above pulpit. Pews have shaped end panels with painted numbers. Curved doors to east vestries. Source: Clack and Pattinson Weardale Chapels Durham 1978 p.78.

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