The wet heating
system within the church still remains as it was when originally
installed during the late Victorian period, using cast iron socket and
spigot pipework feeding box-ended pipe coil heaters. The pipe coil
heaters which vary in
height and length have
decorative end header boxes. The manufacturer of these heaters is
as yet unknown. Only one other example of this type of decorative
box-ended pipe coil heater has so far been found. This is in a church
in Templecombe Somerset.
There is a possibility that the pipe coil heaters were manufactured by
the local firm Jones and Attwood of Stourbridge. Similar style heaters
are illustrated in their product catalogues dating from that time
period, but none that show decorative patterns on the box-end headers.
selection of pictures of the decorative box-end pipe coil heaters are