Medieval Settlement Remains 230m North West and 140m West of the Junction of Main Street and Hothorpe Road
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United Reformed Church
Leicestershire County Council
Harborough District Council
SE666666 (466553, 285680)
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Former Congregational chapel built in 1833. Brick with hipped Welsh slate roof. Square in plan, with projection (perhaps for stairs) with paired lancet windows on entrance front and a steeply gabled porch with two centred arched and chamfered doorway with date stone above. Two lancet windows in the side elevation with wood Y-tracery. Dentilled eaves cornice. Now United Reformed Church.
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