Latitude: 52.1904 / 52°11'25"N
Longitude: -2.222 / 2°13'19"W
OS Eastings: 384917
OS Northings: 254708
OS Grid: SO849547
Mapcode National: GBR 1G4.P1G
Mapcode Global: VH92T.F6NN
Plus Code: 9C4V5QRH+55
Entry Name: Magg's Day Centre
Listing Date: 22 May 1954
Last Amended: 27 June 2001
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1389796
English Heritage Legacy ID: 488747
ID on this website: 101389796
Location: Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1
Electoral Ward/Division: Cathedral
Parish: Non Civil Parish
Built-Up Area: Worcester
Traditional County: Worcestershire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Worcestershire
Church of England Parish: Worcester St Nicholas and All Saints
Church of England Diocese: Worcester
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Magg's Day Centre
(Formerly listed as Magg's Day Centre, FISH STREET (north side), previously listed as: FISH STREET Church of St Alban)
Parish church, now day centre. C12 with later additions and alterations including restorations and alterations of c1821-1850. Coursed red and green sandstone with double pitch slate and plain tile roof.
Small church with continuous three bay nave and single-bay chancel with north aisle. Norman, Early English and neo-Norman. Chamfered plinth. Entrance to north side a round-arched doorway with one order of columns with cushion capitals and roll-moulding to head in chamfered reveals, all renewed; plank door. Two round-arched windows with one order of slender columns and roll-moulding to head, renewed, with blocked narrow opening between and large intel. East end has three stepped lancets to chancel with oculus over and lancet to aisle. West end has two renewed trefoil-headed lancets and continuous hoodmould; small rose window over. West gable bell cote. Coped gable ends.
INTERIOR: the North arcade is Late Norman with round piers and round abaci, double-chamfered arches, one scalloped capital and one flat-leaf capital, nailhead ornament in the hoodmould (mostly recut).Probably Victorian tile floor.
Monuments: wall monument to Marci, wife of William Wyatt d.1595; wall monument to Edmund Wyatt d.1711 a cartouche with winged cherubs and drapery; another wall tablet c1796.
Scheduled Ancient Monument.
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