Early English Gothic Revival style

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  • It was an Early English Gothic Revival-style sandstone building with a small bell-tower.
  • It is an Early English Gothic Revival-style red-brick building with lancet windows which feature extensive plate tracery.
  • The vicarage is also in the Early English Gothic Revival style and has irregular fenestration and tile-hanging.
  • The designer was Sir Arthur Blomfield, who usually worked in the Early English Gothic Revival style and designed many churches in Sussex and elsewhere.
  • Arthur Blomfield's church of 1881 was built in his preferred Early English Gothic Revival style, mostly in red brick with some Bath Stone dressings.
  • This was another of Thomas Simpson's buildings: he designed it in either 1859 or 1865 in a stuccoed Early English Gothic Revival style.
  • It is a stone-built church in the Early English Gothic Revival style, with a chancel, aisleless nave, vestry, entrance porch and elaborate bellcote.
  • It was a higher-class district, and more money was spent on the building; it was designed by prolific church architect George Cheesman, Jr. in the Early English Gothic Revival style, and there was a tower with a spire.
  • Cliftonville Congregational Church, a congregation based in central Hove, used his Sunday School building (erected in 1861) for worship until his grey stone Early English Gothic Revival-style church building was finished.
  • It notes that his use of the sloping site, a "vigorous" Early English Gothic Revival style, a distinctive plan, unusual window layouts and red brick throughout made it a "boldly massed town church [with a] dramatic grouping".