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Funeral procession. The flag draped coffin may indicate the death of a service man.

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Former vicarage for Cross Stone Church.

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Near church endowded school. Masonic Hall background between that and Don Cardini. Barclays bank was on the site prior to being demolished.

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Work in progress on the garden which was built on the site of Barclays Bank after it was demolished.

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Grade II

Former vicarage, now house, dated 1901. Dressed stone, slate roof. Two and a half storeys. Good quality Vernacular Revival. Three bay front has matching gables with copings, kneelers and ball finials. Left hand gable set back but with two…

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Grade II

Former vicarage, now house, dated 1901. Dressed stone, slate roof. Two and a half storeys. Good quality Vernacular Revival. Three bay front has matching gables with copings, kneelers and ball finials. Left hand gable set back but with two…

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Grade II

Former vicarage, now house, dated 1901. Dressed stone, slate roof. Two and a half storeys. Good quality Vernacular Revival. Three bay front has matching gables with copings, kneelers and ball finials. Left hand gable set back but with two…

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Grade II



Town Chapel and Sunday School, dated 1857. Ashlar, slate roof. Monumental temple front as one tall storey in 3 bays articulated by giant Corinthian pilasters on moulded bases rising from shallow plinth. Central doorway approached by…

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Grade II



Town Chapel and Sunday School, dated 1857. Ashlar, slate roof. Monumental temple front as one tall storey in 3 bays articulated by giant Corinthian pilasters on moulded bases rising from shallow plinth. Central doorway approached by…

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Grade II



Town Chapel and Sunday School, dated 1857. Ashlar, slate roof. Monumental temple front as one tall storey in 3 bays articulated by giant Corinthian pilasters on moulded bases rising from shallow plinth. Central doorway approached by…

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Grade II



Arts centre and antique market, former Ebenezer chapel. Dated 1777. Dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. 5-bay symmetrical facade, ABCBA. Quoins, band, eaves cornice, raised ashlar dressings. Outer bays have sash window with plain…

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Grade II



Arts centre and antique market, former Ebenezer chapel. Dated 1777. Dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. 5-bay symmetrical facade, ABCBA. Quoins, band, eaves cornice, raised ashlar dressings. Outer bays have sash window with plain…

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Grade II



Arts centre and antique market, former Ebenezer chapel. Dated 1777. Dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. 5-bay symmetrical facade, ABCBA. Quoins, band, eaves cornice, raised ashlar dressings. Outer bays have sash window with plain…

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Grade II*

Church, Ruin lacking roof. Founded 1260, fabric of this date survives in tower, raised mid C15 when bells were inserted c.1440. C14 nave and south aisle, north aisle replaced C15 by another nave and north aisle having the unusual feature…

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GRADE II
Vicarage, c.1826. Finely dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. Quoins, coped gables with kneelers and stacks, eaves band and gutter brackets. 3-bay symmetrical facade to Church Yard. Doorway with monolithic jambs, sashed windows with…
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