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© Mr David Penny

IoE Number: 429984
Photographer: Mr David Penny
Date Photographed: 03 October 2002
Date listed: 30 November 1987
Date of last amendment: 30 November 1987
Grade II

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BUCKLAND ST MARY CPST21SEBUCKLAND ST MARY VILLAGE5/43Wellhouse and boundary walls to

BUCKLAND ST MARY CP ST21SE BUCKLAND ST MARY VILLAGE 5/43 Wellhouse and boundary walls to school - GV II Boundary walls to school (qv) incorporating wellhouse containing drinking fountain. dated 1876, Random rubble chert stone, Ham stone quoins and coping, stone slate roof to wellhouse. Wellhouse: single storey, one bay, set gable end on, date stone in apex, moulded semi-circular headed opening with hoodmould and face terminals. splayed base. Brick barrel vault roof, recessed rectangular plaque without inscription above octagonal stone with central tap, drain below. Drinking trough of buff bricks with blue glazed brick coping abutting left return of wellhouse, jails, boundary wails to school incorporating rear wall of wellhouse and returned to gatepiers, about 60m in length and one metre high Hit-and-miss coping, ioUlded coping where walls swept up to gatepiers. Gatepiers: gabled tops, quoins, fillet to arris, chamfered plinth. The tap is probably a C20 replacement of the original, more elaborate structure.

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