St Anne's Church, Haughton
|St Anne's Church, Haughton|
|Location||Haughton, Denton, Greater Manchester, England|
|District||Diocese of Manchester|
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Parish church|
|Architect(s)||J Medland Taylor|
|Materials||Brick timber structure with clay tile roof|
St Anne's Church in Haughton, Denton is a Grade I Listed Building. The church was built in 1881 and designed by J. Medland Taylor. The construction was funded by E. Joseph Sidebotham, a member of the Sidebotham mill-owning family of Hyde. The church was built in brick in the Gothic Revival style, but also utilised timber framing.
It has been described as the best-known work of the architects, an 'extraordinary free-form brick church [that] forms the nucleus of the most important cluster of their buildings' surviving. The lychgate and rectory that adjoin the main church are also of architectural significance, and each is on the register of protected buildings in its own right.
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- "The Architect of the Church". Southwell & Nottingham Church History Project. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- "Listed Buildings - St Anne's Church Rectory". Tameside MBC. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- "Listed Buildings - St Anne's Church Lychgate". Tameside MBC. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
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