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Holy Trinity Church Hall, Hartshill


Area
Hartshill
Street
Vicarage Road
Heritage No.
70 A
Grade
II
Date Listed
19 April 1972
Building:  Holy Trinity Church Hall
Location: STOKE ON TRENT SJ8645SE VICARAGE ROAD, Hartshill
Description:  Local quarried stone, Gothic Style, built 1852 as a school; designed by George Gilbert Scott 

Financed by Herbert Minton 
designed by George Gilbert Scott

photo:  Mr Clive Shenton  May 2001


School and masters house. 1852.

Stone with plain tiled roofs. School house to the east of 2 storeys raised on high basement with central gathered chimney flanked by paired trefoiled lights, and a 2-light window recessed in the stack itself. South front has gable with 6-light mullioned and transomed window over a canted bay.

School range set back slightly, with gabled porch to right and 3 stepped 3-light windows. Projecting west gable balances that of school house, and has paired foiled lights each side of a central buttress. Remains of bellcote on schoolroom roof. Beyond this gable, a slightly later gabled range is built mostly of brick.

 



photo: Steve Birks    2001


the Holy Trinity church is also a listed building


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