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Church Hall, United Free Church, Church Street, Lochwinnoch

A Category B Listed Building in Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire

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Latitude: 55.7932 / 55°47'35"N

Longitude: -4.6265 / 4°37'35"W

OS Eastings: 235429

OS Northings: 658661

OS Grid: NS354586

Mapcode National: GBR 39.85B4

Mapcode Global: WH2N4.XN28

Plus Code: 9C7QQ9VF+79

Entry Name: Church Hall, United Free Church, Church Street, Lochwinnoch

Listing Name: Church Street Calder Uf Church and Hall, Gatepiers and Churchyard Wall

Listing Date: 10 June 1971

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 345523

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB12656

Building Class: Cultural

ID on this website: 200345523

Location: Lochwinnoch

County: Renfrewshire

Electoral Ward: Johnstone North, Kilbarchan, Howwood and Lochwinnoch

Parish: Lochwinnoch

Traditional County: Renfrewshire

Tagged with: Hall

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Built 1792. Octagonal-plan church, with 3-stage square tower
at north east completed 1815. Rubble-built, with ashlar
dressings and north east face of tower. Tower has door with
round-headed fanlight, band course and moulded string course
at impost level, scrolled wrought-iron lamp bracket above.
Louvered opening under pointed arch and hood-moulded to 2nd
stage with continuous cill band. 3rd stage has chamfered
angles, hood-moulded, pointed-headed blind openings with cill
band. Corbelled and crenellated parapet above, and pinnacles
at angles.
Body of church: windows altered 1823. Blocked pointed-headed
openings at ground level below pointed-headed gallery windows
on south and east faces, single tall pointed-headed window to
each other face. Eaves band, and faceted slate roof. Low,
later 19th century session house and hall to south west has
pointed windows.
Interior: mostly re-fitted later in 19th century: gallery has
panelled front with clock; approached by 2 flights of steps
with decorative cast-iron balusters. Pulpit also approached
by 2 flights of steps. Churchyard enclosed by rubble wall;
round gatepiers with flat conical caps.

Statement of Interest

James Orr, James Connol John Young were responsible for mason

work, while Samuel Henning (of Paisley Middle Church) did the

carpentry and erected the gallery to the plan of James


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