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©  Ian Shapeero

IoE Number: 458496
Location: ST MARY'S SCHOOL, PLUMPTRE PLACE
  NOTTINGHAM, NOTTINGHAM, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
Photographer: Ian Shapeero
Date Photographed: 15 July 2001
Date listed: 07 August 1978
Date of last amendment: 07 August 1978
Grade II

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NOTTINGHAMSK5739NEPLUMPTRE PLACE646-1/21/498St Mary's School

NOTTINGHAM SK5739NE PLUMPTRE PLACE 646-1/21/498 St Mary's School 07/08/78 II Baptist chapel, later church school, now casino. Early C19, altered 1874, converted to a school c1884-86 by Hine & Son of Nottingham. Restored and converted following a fire, 1993. Brick and stucco, with ashlar dressings and slate roof with coped gables. Plinth, quoins, renewed wooden eaves cornice. 2 storeys; 9 window range. Windows are mainly renewed glazing bar sashes. The west side has 2 windows to left covered by an adjoining building. In the fourth bay, a round-arched double doorway with cast-iron surround, fanlight and pediment. To its left, a window, then a late C19 door and overlight. To right, 4 windows. Above, 7 windows. All these windows have moulded surrounds. East side has to left a doorway with cast-iron surround, blank fanlight and narrow pediment. To left, a small window, and to right 3 renewed segment-headed cross casements. Above, 3 unequally spaced glazing bar sashes with segmental heads, and to right, 2 round-headed margin glazed sashes. Above again, 4 round-arched windows, the outer ones with Gothick glazing bars. North gable, to Duke's Place, has a round-arched basement door to left, and a 2 storey porch with similar door to right. Above, 5 sashes, and above again, 6 sashes in groups of 3. INTERIOR: refitted 1993, has Adam style replica plasterwork and column cladding. Central space has at the east end a gallery with cast-iron balustrade, carried on cast-iron Ionic columns. Segmental arch to upper floor. On each side, panelled wooden galleries with screens, unglazed at time of survey. Moulded beams to flat wooden ceiling. (Get to know Nottingham: Oldfield G: The Lace Market: Nottingham: 1990-: 23-26).

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