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First source I found:

Description: 32, Cambridge Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 December 1995
English Heritage Building ID: 456129

OS Grid Reference: SK3520887058
OS Grid Coordinates: 435208, 387058
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3792, -1.4722

Location: 8-10 Cambridge Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S1 4HP S1 4HP

784-1/24/133 (West side)


Sunday school, now shop. Dated 1832, with late C20
alterations. Brick with ashlar dressings, slate roof and
single gable stack. Plinth, sillbands to upper floors, gable
band and single coped gable. 3 storeys; 3 x 4 windows. Three
15 pane sashes and above, 3 similar sashes, the central one
partly reglazed, all with painted rusticated lintels. Rendered
ground floor has a double door to left and 2 windows to right,
all C20. Gable has an inscribed and dated tablet. Right
return, to Bethel Lane, has four 20 pane sashes, the right one
altered, and above, 5 similar sashes. Ground floor has to
left, 4 blocked windows and to right a door with glazing bar
overlight, then another window. INTERIOR not inspected.
Building vacant at time of survey.

Listing NGR: SK3520887058

Second source I found:

Ref No: s05008
Title: Sunday School belonging to Bethel Primitive Methodist Chapel, junction of Cambridge Street and Bethel Walk, 1870-90
Location: Sheffield City Centre

Third source I found:

Address: 32-34 Cambridge Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 4HP

Telephone:0871 951 1000 (ref 6003)- calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Sheffield train(0.4 miles), Darnall (2.7 miles) and Meadowhall (3.5 miles)

Pub facilities/features:

  • Live music (Dj on a Friday and Saturday night), TV, Big screen
  • Pool table (2), Fruit machines (2), Quiz machines (1)
  • Food served
  • Outside seating, Late licence (Open until 12 on Friday and Sat. Function room can open until 1am for private parties), Credit cards accepted, Cash machine, Smoking area (During food service times), Function room for hire (Free hire of fantastic function room. 400 capacity. Smaller functions also catered for), Air conditioning, Coach parties welcome, Disabled access, Disabled toilet

General information: Mirrors and spot lighting around the walls

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Sheffield Telegraph Article

Seventh source I found:

Other nearby buildings have foundation stones dated around the 1859’s – 60’s so I would assume this building to be of a similar age.

8th source I found:

Pediment, in architecture, triangular gable forming the end of the roof slope over a portico (the area, with a roof supported by columns, leading to the entrance of a building); or a similar form used decoratively over a doorway or window. The pediment was the crowning feature of the Greek temple front. The triangular wall surface of the pediment, called the tympanum, rested on an entablature (a composite band of horizontal moldings) carried over the columns. The tympanum was often decorated with sculpture, as in the Parthenon (Athens, 447–432 bc), and was always crowned by a raking, or slanted, cornice




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