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Latitude: 55.8773 / 55°52'38"N
Longitude: -4.3255 / 4°19'31"W
OS Eastings: 254614
OS Northings: 667345
OS Grid: NS546673
Mapcode National: GBR 04D.8X
Mapcode Global: WH3P1.JJGS
Entry Name: 28 ,30a, 30b, 30c, 32, 32a and 32b Victoria Park Gardens South, Broomhill Trinity Congregational Church and Halls
Listing Date: 15 December 1970
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 374215
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB32298
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Victoria Park
Traditional County: Lanarkshire
Sir J J Burnet, dated 1907, halls circa 1903. Gothic. Red snecked rubble. Nave, chancel, single gabled N aisle, arcade, SW tower and halls in courtyard plan.
Former Church: Main entrance to E at base of tower, large projecting porch with timbered gable. Double-leaf doors. Projecting vestibule at SW, tripartite canted window with colonette mullions. Simple lancet windows to church.
Tower: squat, 3 stages. Cusped 2-light window at ground floor to S, relief dedication panel above with date, flanking sculpted busts and arched window with nook shafts at 1st floor. Giant bellcote openings round-arched with roll moulded margins. Bracketted parapet, corner turrets. Pyramid roof with diminutive lucarnes, cock weathervane.
Halls: single storey L-plan. Timbered gable to E outer entrance bays, linking continuous glazing with leaded lights. Gable with lancet windows over W entrance. Plain windows to rear. Slate roofs.
No longer in ecclesiastical use. Converted to residential accommodation 2006/7.
Previous list description describes interior as: single N arcade. Rear gallery. Figurative carved timber choir stalls, communion table, chair, and pulpit. Sculpted frieze in chancel with animals and lettering. Trussed timber roof with pendants on sculpted corbels. Stained glass in liturgical E (N) wall and liturgical S (W) chancel wall.
List description updated 2009.
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