Church of St George, Bolton

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Church of St George
St George's Church, Bolton.jpg
St George's Church, Bolton
Church of St George, Bolton is located in Greater Manchester
Church of St George, Bolton
Shown within Greater Manchester
Basic information
Location Bolton, England
Geographic coordinates 53°34′53″N 2°25′52″W / 53.5815°N 2.4312°W / 53.5815; -2.4312Coordinates: 53°34′53″N 2°25′52″W / 53.5815°N 2.4312°W / 53.5815; -2.4312
Architectural description
Architect(s) Samuel Hope
Architectural type Church
Architectural style Georgian architecture
Completed 1796
Specifications
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.[1] It was completed in 1796 and had a shallow chancel and south chapel added or rebuilt 1907 by James Simpson.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Church of St George, Bolton". Images of England. Retrieved 2008-06-08.