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Architecture of East Midlands

07 July 2009

1885 – St. Edmund’s Misson Buildings, Northampton, Northamptonshire

Architect: Henry Holding

06 July 2009

1885 – St. John’s Church, Knighton, Leicester, Leicestershire

Architect: Goddard & Paget

05 May 2010

1886 – School of Science & Art, Lincoln

Architect: George Sedgar View of Principal Entrance. Published in The Building News, September 24th 1886. Now part of Lincoln College.

09 December 2009

1886 – St. Hugh’s Church & Presbytery, Lincoln

Architect: Albert Vicars In July 1875 Canon Croft, later MonsIgnor Provost, left a lovely Church and presbytery in Worksop and arrived in Lincoln. The church and presbytery was dilapidated and Canon Croft was...

13 July 2010

1886 – St. Mary’s Church, Leake, Nottinghamshire

Architect: W.S. Weatherley The church dates from the Norman period but has substantial later medieval work. Until the fourteenth century, the church was dedicated to St. Leonard, but the church was re-dedicated to...

08 November 2010

1886- Holy Trinity Church, Edale, Derbyshire

Architect: William Dawes Interior view looking east published in The Architect, March 23th 1888. The Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity was designed by architect William Dawes, built during 1885-6, and completed...

12 April 2010

1887 – New Premises Co-operative Society, Enderby, Leicestershire

Architect: Thomas Hind In its heyday, the latter half of the 19th century and early 20th century ‘The Society’, had in Enderby, its own farms, slaughterhouses, dairy (on Townsend Road), bakery (now apartments...

15 October 2010

1888 – Design for Northhampton Board Schools

Architect: Bleakley & Cubbon Perspective View published in The Architect, April 20th 1888.

07 July 2009

1888 – New Municipal Buildings, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Architect: F.H. Oldham When the competition for “˜The Guildhall’ on Burton Street was launched in 1888 with prizes totalling £600, it was stressed that business premises were required and not a town hall....


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