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The Grade II Listed Matfen Drinking Fountain photographed 3rd December 2017.
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In the gable a large painted crest of the Blackett family. 2-light window on ground floor and gabled half-dormer above. Flat coping on left, ridged coping with kneelers elsewhere. Listing NGR: NZ0305871892Now residential this is the former Wesleyan Chapel, Matfen dating from 1840. Doorway in 3rd bay has boarded door with shouldered head and an unusual overlight which is oval with Tudor-arched head. Listing NGR: NZ0299471953 Photographs 3rd December 2017.
Panelled door with 5-pane overlight in stone porch with Gothic bargeboards, in re-entrant angle. Projecting section has canted bay window with stone mullions and pent roof; two 2-light windows above. The left 2 bays are the chapel; they project slightly and are cross gabled. In gable above 2 left bays an oval panel in moulded surround inscribed WESLEYAN CHAPEL. 1840 Corniced octagonal end stack over school room on right.
Wj UNDzf Lht Q Entry Name: Drinking Fountain 20 Yards North East of Post Office Listing Date: 22 August 1986 Grade: II Source: Historic England Source ID: 1042784 English Heritage Legacy ID: 238668 Location: Matfen, Northumberland, NE20 County: Northumberland Civil Parish: Matfen MATFEN Drinking fountain approx 20 yards north east of Post Office NZ 07 SW 14/184 Drinking fountain. "Erected by the Tenants, Employees and Tradesmen in the Matfen and West Water Estates as a mark of their sincere respect and esteem for Sir Edward Blackett." Ashlar. Square with moulded top edge to the base; tapering square shaft and boldlycornicedtop.
Set on a square base with 3 steps on the north side. Round water bowl projects on north side with inscription above.
Listing NGR: NZ0303871826These photographs of the Grade II Listed and Scheduled Ancient Monument (SAM) taken 3rd December 2017. Listing NGR: NZ0333070450 This isn't thought to have been the original location for the standing stone, more a case of a local farmer having relocated at some time.
Listing text courtesy of The British Listed Buildings web site @ https:// Not immediately noticeable but the stone contains numerous prehistoric cup marks.