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Village Hall

A Grade II Listed Building in Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire

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Latitude: 52.2373 / 52°14'14"N

Longitude: 0.2765 / 0°16'35"E

OS Eastings: 555548

OS Northings: 262339

OS Grid: TL555623

Mapcode National: GBR M8F.QQN

Mapcode Global: VHHK5.R117

Entry Name: Village Hall

Listing Date: 15 June 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1331456

English Heritage Legacy ID: 49432

Location: Swaffham Bulbeck, East Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire, CB25

County: Cambridgeshire

District: East Cambridgeshire

Civil Parish: Swaffham Bulbeck

Built-Up Area: Swaffham Bulbeck

Traditional County: Cambridgeshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cambridgeshire

Church of England Parish: Swaffham Bulbeck St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Ely

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Listing Text

(West Side)

16/133 Village Hall


School and school-house, now village hall, built 1728 from
bequests of Mrs Frances Towers (d.1711) and Rev. Richard Hill
(d.1721). Clunch, rendered and painted, with original red and
yellow brick gable end walls. Tiled roof with sawtooth eaves
cornice and end parapets. One storey and attics. One dormer,
C20, possibly replacing an earlier one in the same site.
Unmoulded band above segmental arches to two later three-light
casements and a central doorway.

R.C.H.M. (North East Cambs.), p106, mon (12)

Listing NGR: TL5554862339

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

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