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Gatley Park House

Building: 131

Country house. 1630s for Sir Sampson Ewer, extended and restored 1894- 1907, partly by J D Coleridge. Brick with some stone dressings on a coursed rubble plinth with stone tile roofs. 1630s block s...

Former Magistrates Court, Bromyard

Building: 479

Stone with brick patterns and different stone dressings Construction ORS mudstone, probably St. Maughans; dressings oolitic Jurassic "Bath" limestone
First stones laid on Thursday August 25th 1959 ...

St Michael & All Angels, Great Witley

Building: 963

Parish church. 1733/35, plain rectangle, 3 bay west front, Doric porch, 5 side bays, square tower, gilded dome, interior embellished 1747, exterior faced with Bath stone ashlar c.1860-1861. Attribu...

YMCA Hostel

Building: 1309

Orphanage; now YMCA hostel. Dated 1868; by William Watkins; extended in 1885, probably also by Watkins; 'The Wheeler Wing' on left is dated 1885. Red brick with Bath stone dressings. Gabled slate...

Maggs Day centre

Building: 1331

Pre-Conquest (?) and medieval church. St Alban's was first recorded as a possession of Evesham Abbey in 1059-77, and it was named in the (suspect) account of the Worcester synod of 1092. The west e...


Building: 1340

Oolitic limestone obelisk, supported by four 200mm diameter limestone balls and an octagonal centre support, set onto a square pedestal with cornice and plinth. Believed to have been put up in the ...

The Guildhall, Worcester

Building: 1358

Guildhall. c1721-3 with later alterations including those to the Assembly Room interior by George Byfield of 1791 and by Sir George Gilbert Scott and Henry Rowe (municipal architect) in 1878-80. Re...

Broadway Tower

Building: 2865

Folly, 'Saxon Hexagon Tower', 1798 by James Wyatt for Lord Coventry., restored 1866, limestone ashlar. Has three round corner turrets linked by two-bay canted sides. Four storeys, with battered lo...

St Nicholas, Peopleton

Building: 5373

C13 chancel, nave mainly Decorated & Perpendicular, low brick west tower of 1840 built into it. Much restored and vestry added in 1908.

Academy House, Worcester

Building: 5698

Parish school with separate entrances for boys and girls. Two schoolrooms initially, one each for boys and girls, to house up to 80 pupils. Separate accommodation for schoolmistress and offices.