Church of St George, Bolton
|Church of St George|
St George's Church, Bolton
|Architectural style||Georgian architecture|
|Materials||Brick with slate roof and stone dressing|
The Church of St George, Bolton, is a redundant church in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England (grid reference SD714095). It is currently a craft centre and was designated a Grade II* listed building on April 26, 1974. It was completed in 1796 and had a shallow chancel and south chapel added or rebuilt 1907 by James Simpson.
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