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CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS

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A former chapel now a church which was rebuilt in 1761. Additions were made in 1881. It is made from mixed red and calciferous sandstone rubble with red sandstone V-jointed quoins on chamfered plinth. It has a graduated greenslate roof with coped gables a

CHURCH OF ST JAMES

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A church built in 1752 with a square stone west tower with quoins. There are Tuscan pilasters and a round arched entrance, though the church has a mainly simple exterior. The church was restored in 1871 and altered in 1886. The church had a chapel added in 1921 and a baptistery in 1922.

CHURCH OF ST PAUL

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Church built in 1820-1, designed by John Walters and built by R Streather. The church was built on the site of a chapel of 1656. A Greek Revival-style building of yellow stock brick with stuccoed pilasters to the west front. Blind niches flank the west door, with inscription tablets above....

ST. NICHOLAS CHURCH

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Medieval church rebuilt in 1812 by Robert Smirke, now used as a day centre and chapel.

ST NICHOLAS CHURCH

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The Loseley chapel was built in the 15th century and is all that remains of the early church, the remainder of the building was rebuilt in 1836. This new church was in turn rebuilt in 1870-5 to the designs of S S Teulon, though the work was carried out by Ewan Christian. The tower lantern...

ST MARY MAGDALENES CHURCH

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Church originally built as a memorial chapel for the battle of Shrewsbury, licensed in 1406 and first service performed 1409. The building of the church was completed between 1480 and th early 16th century. It was repaired between 1750 and 1800 and restored in 1860-2 by Pountney Smith. It...

ST MARYS CHURCH

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Church of 1798 built to designs of R Billing. Originally a simple Georgian building but in 1840 the present hexastyle portic in Greek Corinthian style was added to designs of Henry or Nathaniel Briant, or both. Stucco with a large stone pedimented portico.

ST MARGARETS CHURCH

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This church at Wrenbury was built to an early 16th century plan, when the 12th century chapel was remodelled on a larger scale. Alterations were carried out in 1795 and 1938.

ST PETERS CHURCH

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On the site of a pre-1542 Chapel. The church built on the chapel site was remodelled in the C17th and C18th. Badly damaged in the 1939-45 war, it was restored in 1949-50. Simple plan of chancel (1695) and nave (completed 1635), both using the 1635 ground plan. West cupola balfry to nave, a...

MARDALE CHURCH

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Formerly a chapel of Shap, it was probably Medieval, though refitted and West tower added in 1737. Restored in 19th century. Demolished 1936-7, the site is now submerged by Haweswater Reservoir.