Stow Church Hall, built in 1872, was the work of the architect James Cumming; the builders were Brown and Thompson. It was part of the Congregational Church and comprised a lecture hall, a schoolroom and classrooms for Sunday school. Again the main decoration detail, apart from the stonework, was patterned brickwork. Stow Building and Stow Church Hall were demolished in 1973.
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I remember attending a callisthenics club held here on Saturday mornings from around 1957 to 1963. The area we used had a magnificent wooden floor which was in great condition.I was quite shocked when I discovered it had been knocked down as it seemed a very well preserved building.