List of Commissioners' churches in Northeast and Northwest England

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A Commissioners' church is an Anglican church in the United Kingdom built with money voted by Parliament as a result of the Church Building Act 1818, and subsequent related Acts. Such churches have been given a number of titles, including "Commissioners' Churches", "Waterloo Churches" and "Million Act Churches". In some cases the Commissioners provided the full cost of the new church; in other cases they provided a grant and the balance was raised locally. This list contains the Commissioners' churches in North East England and North West England

Key[edit]

Grade Criteria[1]
I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Churches[edit]

Name and location Photograph Date Grant
in £
Architect Notes and refs. Grade
St Peter,
Blackburn, Lancashire
1819–22 8,000 John Palmer Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Demolished since 2000.[2][3]
St Peter,
Ashton-under-Lyne,
Greater Manchester
53°29′02″N 2°06′21″W / 53.4840°N 2.1058°W / 53.4840; -2.1058 (St Peter's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne)
St Peter's Church Ashton-Under-Lyne A P Kapp Geograph 1289006 04439d94.jpg 1821–24 13,191 Francis Goodwin Gothic Revival with a west tower and pinnacles.[2][4][5] II
St George, Tyldesley,
Greater Manchester
53°30′49″N 2°28′17″W / 53.5135°N 2.4714°W / 53.5135; -2.4714 (St George's Church, Tyldesley)
St George, Tyldesley, north.jpg 1821–24 9,706 Sir Robert Smirke Gothic Revival with a tower and steeple. Chancel added 1886.[6][7][8] II
Holy Trinity, Hoghton, Chorley, Lancashire
53°43′41″N 2°35′06″W / 53.7281°N 2.5851°W / 53.7281; -2.5851 (Holy Trinity Church, Hoghton)
Holy Trinity Parish Church, Hoghton - geograph.org.uk - 619231.jpg 1822–23 2,037 Robert Roper Gothic Revival with four turrets. Rebuilt 1891.[6][9][10] II
St John,
Workington, Cumbria
54°38′30″N 3°32′39″W / 54.6417°N 3.5443°W / 54.6417; -3.5443 (St John's Church, Workington)
1822–23 10,488 Thomas Hardwick Neoclassical Tuscan with porch and wooden cupola. Tower added in 1847 and chancel in 1881.[2][11][12] II*
St Peter,
Preston, Lancashire
53°45′49″N 2°42′30″W / 53.7636°N 2.7082°W / 53.7636; -2.7082 (St Peter's Church, Preston)
St Peter's Church - St Peter's Square - geograph.org.uk - 529555.jpg
1822–24 6,765 Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with a bell gable and clerestory. East tower with spire added 1851. Now part of the University of Central Lancashire.[6][13][14] II*
St Philip, Salford,
Greater Manchester
53°29′02″N 2°15′47″W / 53.4840°N 2.2631°W / 53.4840; -2.2631 (St Philip's Church, Salford)
Church of St Philip with St Stephen, Salford.jpg
1822–24 16,804 Sir Robert Smirke Neoclassical Ionic with south porch and tower.[6][15][16] II*
All Saints, Stand, Whitefield,
Greater Manchester
53°33′02″N 2°17′53″W / 53.5505°N 2.2981°W / 53.5505; -2.2981 (All Saints Church, Whitefield)
AllSaintsBury.jpg 1822–25 13,812 Sir Charles Barry Gothic Revival with a tower and arcade.[6][17][18] I
St George,
Chorley, Lancashire
53°39′08″N 2°37′45″W / 53.6521°N 2.6292°W / 53.6521; -2.6292 (St George's Church, Chorley)
Chorley-Georgian terrace and church.JPG 1822–25 12,387 Thomas Rickman Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added 1891.[2][19][20] II*
St Matthew, Campfield, Manchester
1822–25 16,733 Sir Charles Barry Gothic Revival with a tower, spire and arcade. Demolished 1951.[6][21][22]
St Paul,
Preston, Lancashire
53°45′45″N 2°41′39″W / 53.7624°N 2.6941°W / 53.7624; -2.6941 (St Paul's Church, Preston)
1822–25 6,221 Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with corner turrets. Chancel added 1882. Now a radio studio.[6][23][24] II
St Thomas, Stockport,
Greater Manchester
53°24′13″N 2°09′18″W / 53.4035°N 2.1550°W / 53.4035; -2.1550 (St Thomas' Church, Stockport)
St. Thomas' Church, Stockport 04.jpg 1822–25 15,636 George Basevi Neoclassical Ionic with east porch and west tower. Chancel added in 1890.[2][25][26] I
Holy Trinity, Bolton,
Greater Manchester
53°34′26″N 2°25′36″W / 53.5739°N 2.4268°W / 53.5739; -2.4268 (Holy Trinity Church, Bolton)
Holy Trinity Church - geograph.org.uk - 1708889.jpg
1823–25 13,924 Philip Hardwick Gothic Revival with a tower. Now redundant.[2][27][28] II
St Mary, West Rainton,
County Durham
54°48′57″N 1°29′57″W / 54.8158°N 1.4991°W / 54.8158; -1.4991 (St Mary's Church, West Rainton)
1824 550 John Anderson Gothic Revival with a belfry. Rebuilt and replaced 1864.[2]
St John, Gateshead Fell, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear
54°56′18″N 1°35′19″W / 54.9383°N 1.5885°W / 54.9383; -1.5885 (St John's Church, Gateshead Fell)
St John's Church, Gateshead Fell - geograph.org.uk - 415223.jpg 1824–25 1,000 John Ions Gothic Revival style. Restored 1885.[2][29] II
St John the Evangelist, Farnworth,
Greater Manchester
53°32′55″N 2°23′16″W / 53.5485°N 2.3879°W / 53.5485; -2.3879 (St John the Evangelist's Church, Farnworth)
St John Farnworth.jpg
1824–26 6,704 Thomas Hardwick Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added 1871.[2][30][31] II
St Martin in the Fields, Liverpool, Merseyside
53°25′16″N 2°59′04″W / 53.4212°N 2.9845°W / 53.4212; -2.9845 (St Martin in the Fields Church, Liverpool)
1825–28 19,948 John Foster, junior Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Damaged by bombing, closed 1946; demolished c.1952–54.[6][32][33]
St Matthew's Church, Stretton, Warrington, Cheshire
53°20′25″N 2°34′18″W / 53.3404°N 2.5717°W / 53.3404; -2.5717 (St Matthew's Church, Stretton)
St Matthew's Church, Stretton.jpg
1826–27 2,121 Philip Hardwick Gothic Revival with a tower. Replaced.[34][35] II
St George, Chester Road, Manchester
53°28′20″N 2°15′33″W / 53.4721°N 2.2592°W / 53.4721; -2.2592 (St George's Church, Manchester)
Benkid77 St George's Church, Manchester 250709.JPG 1826–28 15,025 Francis Goodwin Gothic Revival with a tower. Converted into flats 2000.[6][36][37] II*
St Mary, Birch,
Greater Manchester
1827–28 3,881 Clark Rampling Gothic Revival style. Demolished.[38]
St James, Lower Darwen, Lancashire
53°43′25″N 2°27′55″W / 53.7237°N 2.4652°W / 53.7237; -2.4652 (St James' Church, Lower Darwen)
1827–28 5,501 Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with a tower. Rebuilt and replaced 1969.[6]
St James, Oldham,
Greater Manchester
53°32′45″N 2°05′43″W / 53.5458°N 2.0954°W / 53.5458; -2.0954 (St James' Church, Oldham)
St James Church, Oldham.jpg 1827–28 9,652 Francis Goodwin Gothic Revival with a turret on a low tower.[6][39][40] II
St Patrick,
Winlaton, Tyne and Wear
1827–28 1,531 Ignatius Bonomi Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added later.[41]
St Thomas, Bishopwearmouth, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
1827–29 4,570 Philip William Wyatt Gothic Revival style. Damaged by bombing and demolished.[2]
Holy Trinity, Darwen, Lancashire
53°41′44″N 2°27′52″W / 53.6955°N 2.4645°W / 53.6955; -2.4645 (St Peter's Church, Darwen)
Darwen, St. Peter's - geograph.org.uk - 635073.jpg
1827–29 6,799 Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with a tower. Now dedicated to St Peter.[6][42][43] II*
St Mary, Mellor,
Lancashire
53°46′22″N 2°31′51″W / 53.7729°N 2.5308°W / 53.7729; -2.5308 (St Mary's Church, Mellor)
St Mary's Church, Mellor.jpg
1827–29 5,534 Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Chancel enlarged 1897.[6][44][45] II
Christ Church,
Carlisle, Cumbria
1828–30 9,697 shared Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with a tower. Damaged by fire in 1938, demolished 1952.[46]
Holy Trinity,
Carlisle, Cumbria
54°53′31″N 2°57′07″W / 54.8920°N 2.9520°W / 54.8920; -2.9520 (Holy Trinity Church, Carlisle)
1828–30 9,697 shared Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with a tower. Demolished 1981.[46][47]
St Paul,
Warrington, Cheshire
1829–30 4,239 Edward Blore Gothic Revival with a tower. Demolished.[48][49]
St John,
Burscough, Lancashire
53°36′16″N 2°50′25″W / 53.6045°N 2.8403°W / 53.6045; -2.8403 (St John's Church, Burscough)
Burscough Parish Church.JPG 1829–31 3,040 Daniel Stewart Gothic Revival with a belfry.[38]

[50][51]

II*
St Andrew, Travis Street, Manchester
1829–31 10,591 Peter Atkinson and Richard Sharp Gothic Revival with a tower and clerestory. Demolished.[6]
St Thomas,
Pendleton, Salford,
Greater Manchester
53°29′32″N 2°17′09″W / 53.4921°N 2.2857°W / 53.4921; -2.2857 (St Thomas' Church, Pendleton)
Pendleton Church.jpg
1829–31 6,673 Francis Goodwin
and Richard Lane
Gothic Revival with a tower. Restored 1887.[52][53][54] II
Holy Trinity,
Ulverston, Cumbria
54°11′38″N 3°05′52″W / 54.1938°N 3.0978°W / 54.1938; -3.0978 (Holy Trinity Church, Ulverston)
1829–32 3,423 Anthony Salvin Gothic Revival with a northwest turret and spire. Chancel added in 1870. Now redundant; it has been used as a sports centre, and since converted into flats.[48][55][56][57][58] II
Holy Trinity, Horwich,
Greater Manchester
53°35′57″N 2°32′20″W / 53.5992°N 2.5388°W / 53.5992; -2.5388 (Holy Trinity Church, Horwich)
Horwich Parish Church.jpg 1830–31 5,621 Francis Octavius Bedford Gothic Revival with a tower.[52][59][60] II
Christ Church, Todmorden,
West Yorkshire
53°42′58″N 2°06′00″W / 53.7162°N 2.1001°W / 53.7162; -2.1001 (Christ Church, Todmorden)
Christ Church, Todmorden - geograph.org.uk - 1005494.jpg 1830–31 3,379 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added 1885. The church was declared redundant in 1992 and converted into residential use in 2003.[52][61][62][63] II
St John the Baptist, Toxteth, Liverpool, Merseyside
1830–31 5,262 William Thomas and W. Kendall Gothic Revival with a tower. Bombed.[52]
St John the Divine, Pemberton,
Greater Manchester
53°32′13″N 2°40′59″W / 53.5369°N 2.6830°W / 53.5369; -2.6830 (St John's Church, Pemberton)
1830–32 4,913 Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with turrets.[52][64][65] II
St James, Benwell,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
Tyne and Wear
54°58′15″N 1°39′40″W / 54.9709°N 1.6611°W / 54.9709; -1.6611 (St James' Church, Benwell)
NE-Westend St James Benwell 9018.JPG 1831–32 1,700 John Dobson Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added 1895.[66][67] II
St Nicholas, Hetton-le-Hole, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
1831–32 650 John Anderson Gothic Revival with a cupola. Replaced in 1898.[41]
St George, Hyde,
Greater Manchester
53°26′48″N 2°04′44″W / 53.4466°N 2.0788°W / 53.4466; -2.0788 (St George's Church, Hyde)
St George's - geograph.org.uk - 1268812.jpg 1831–32 4,788 T. and C. Atkinson Gothic Revival with a tower.[34][68][69] II
St David, Haigh,
Greater Manchester
53°34′33″N 2°35′46″W / 53.5758°N 2.5961°W / 53.5758; -2.5961 (St David's Church, Haigh)
The Parish Church of St David, Haigh and Aspull - geograph.org.uk - 955954.jpg 1831–33 3,433 Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival with a bell turret.[52][70][71] II
St John, Smallbridge,
Greater Manchester
53°38′02″N 2°07′55″W / 53.6338°N 2.1320°W / 53.6338; -2.1320 (St John's Church, Smallbridge)
St John the Baptist Church, Smallbridge - geograph.org.uk - 467639.jpg 1831–33 3,253 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a bell turret.[48][72][73] II
St Stephen,
Tockholes, Lancashire
53°42′22″N 2°31′01″W / 53.7061°N 2.5169°W / 53.7061; -2.5169 (St Stephen's Church, Tockholes)
1831–33 1,604 Thomas Rickman and Henry Hutchinson Gothic Revival style. Replaced in 1965–66, retaining only the front of the south porch.[52][74]
Christ Church,
Croft, Cheshire
53°26′15″N 2°32′36″W / 53.4374°N 2.5433°W / 53.4374; -2.5433 (Christ Church, Croft)
Croft, Christchurch - geograph.org.uk - 179548.jpg
1832–33 1,457 Edward Blore Gothic Revival with a tower and spire.[38][75][76] II
St Matthias,
Liverpool, Merseyside
1832–33 1,000 Daniel Stewart and J. A. Picton Neoclassical Ionic in brick and stone. Burnt down 1848.[52]
St John the Baptist, Bollington, Cheshire
53°17′49″N 2°05′35″W / 53.2970°N 2.0930°W / 53.2970; -2.0930 (St John's Church, Bollington)
St John's Church, Bollington.jpg 1832–34 3,475 William Hayley and Thomas Brown Gothic Revival with a tower. Gallery added 1854. The church is nowredundant.[34][77][78] II
St Clement, Spotland,
Greater Manchester
53°37′17″N 2°10′38″W / 53.6213°N 2.1771°W / 53.6213; -2.1771 (St Clement's Church, Spotland)
St Clement's Church, Spotland Road - geograph.org.uk - 1730756.jpg 1832–34 4,056 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a bell turret.[52][79][80] II
St Thomas, Norbury,
Hazel Grove,
Greater Manchester
53°22′34″N 2°06′58″W / 53.3761°N 2.1160°W / 53.3761; -2.1160 (St Thomas' Church, Hazel Grove)
St Thomas' Church, Norbury.jpg 1833–34 2,000 William Hayley and Thomas Brown Gothic Revival with a west tower.[34][81][82] II
Holy Trinity,
Burnley, Lancashire
53°47′23″N 2°15′26″W / 53.7897°N 2.2571°W / 53.7897; -2.2571 (Holy Trinity Church, Burnley)
Former Trinity Church - geograph.org.uk - 1120319.jpg 1835–36 1,168 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a tower. Damaged by fire, then converted into flats.[52][83][84] II
Holy Trinity, North Shields, Tyne and Wear
1835–36 3,594 John Green Gothic Revival with a tower. Demolished.[85]
Christ Church,
Adlington, Lancashire
53°36′49″N 2°36′15″W / 53.6137°N 2.6043°W / 53.6137; -2.6043 (Christ Church, Adlington)
1838 400 Edward Welch Neo-Norman style. Now a restaurant.[38][86][87] II
St Mary, Newton, Hyde, Greater Manchester
53°27′55″N 2°03′35″W / 53.4653°N 2.0597°W / 53.4653; -2.0597 (St Mary's Church, Newton)
St Mary's Church, Newton.jpg 1838 1,018 William Hayley and Thomas Brown Neo-Norman with turrets. Chancel added in 1876–77.[34][88][89] II<
St John the Evangelist, Dukinfield,
Greater Manchester
53°28′38″N 2°04′21″W / 53.4771°N 2.0726°W / 53.4771; -2.0726 (St John the Evangelist's Church, Dukinfield)
St John's Church, Dukinfield.jpg 1838–40 2,599 Edmund Sharpe Gothic Revival with a west tower.[34][90][91] II
St George, Stalybridge,
Greater Manchester
53°29′14″N 2°03′28″W / 53.4873°N 2.0578°W / 53.4873; -2.0578 (St George's Church, Stalybridge)
St George's Church, Stalybridge - geograph.org.uk - 1879948.jpg 1838–40 2,712 Edmund Sharpe Gothic Revival with a west tower.[34][92][93] II
All Souls,
Ancoats, Manchester
53°28′49″N 2°12′57″W / 53.4804°N 2.2157°W / 53.4804; -2.2157 (All Souls Church, Ancoats, Manchester)
All Souls Church, Ancoats.jpg 1839–40 1,000 William Hayley Neo-Norman in brick with two towers. Redundant 1981, now a workshop.[52][94][95] II
St John the Baptist,
Bretherton, Lancashire
53°40′40″N 2°47′42″W / 53.6777°N 2.7951°W / 53.6777; -2.7951 (St John's Church, Bretherton)
Bretherton Church.JPG 1839–40 250 Edmund Sharpe Gothic Revival with a bell turret.[38][96][97] II
St Paul,
Farington, Lancashire
53°43′12″N 2°42′04″W / 53.7199°N 2.7012°W / 53.7199; -2.7012 (St Paul's Church, Farington)
St Paul's Church Farington Moss - geograph.org.uk - 1760642.jpg 1839–41 500 Edmund Sharpe Romanesque Revival style. Chancel added in 1909.[38][98][99] II
St George,
Kendal, Cumbria
54°19′41″N 2°44′37″W / 54.3281°N 2.7435°W / 54.3281; -2.7435 (St George's Church, Kendal)
St George's Church, Kendal.jpg 1839–41 4,242 George Webster Gothic Revival with two bell turrets. Chancel added 1911.[100][101]
St Andrew,
Ayres Quay, Tyne and Wear
1840–41 500 Thomas Moore Gothic Revival with a spire.[46]
St Catharine,
Scholes, Wigan,
Greater Manchester
53°32′47″N 2°37′01″W / 53.5463°N 2.6169°W / 53.5463; -2.6169 (St Catharine's Church, Scholes)
St Catherine's Church, Scholes.jpg
1840–41 962 Edmund Sharpe Gothic Revival with a tower and spire.[52][102][103] II
St Peter,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
Tyne and Wear
1840–42 5,858 John Dobson Gothic Revival style. Demolished.[85]
St Alban, Heworth, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear
54°56′33″N 1°34′36″W / 54.9426°N 1.5768°W / 54.9426; -1.5768 (St Alban's Church, Heworth)
Geograph-2977267-by-Andrew-Curtis.jpg 1841–42 200 Thomas Liddell Gothic Revival with a belfry.[41][104] II
Holy Trinity,
Pelton, County Durham
54°43′45″N 1°49′16″W / 54.7292°N 1.8211°W / 54.7292; -1.8211 (Holy Trinity Church, Pelton)
Holy Trinity Church, Pelton - geograph.org.uk - 158336.jpg 1841–42 300 George Jackson Gothic Revival with a tower and spire.[41][105] II
St Matthew, Stretford,
Greater Manchester
53°26′38″N 2°18′37″W / 53.4439°N 2.3104°W / 53.4439; -2.3104 (St Matthew's Church, Stretford)
St Matthew's Church Stretford - geograph.org.uk - 385171.jpg 1841–42 300 William Hayley Gothic Revival with a tower. Enlarged in 1861; chancel added 1906.[52][106][107] II
St Bartholomew,
Thornley, County Durham
54°52′18″N 1°37′02″W / 54.8716°N 1.6173°W / 54.8716; -1.6173 (St Bartholomew's Church, Thornely)
St Bartholomew Church Thornley village - geograph.org.uk - 105409.jpg 1842 250 Robert Dunlop Gothic Revival with a belfry. Chancel added late 19th century.[41][108] II
St Paul,
Macclesfield, Cheshire
53°15′26″N 2°07′11″W / 53.2573°N 2.1196°W / 53.2573; -2.1196 (St Paul's Church, Macclesfield)
St Paul's Church, Macclesfield.jpg
1843–44 1,000 William Hayley Gothic Revival with a tower and spire.[34][109][110] II
Holy Trinity,
Blackburn, Lancashire
53°45′04″N 2°28′29″W / 53.7511°N 2.4746°W / 53.7511; -2.4746 (Holy Trinity Church, Blackburn)
Holy Trinity Church, Blackburn.jpg 1843–45 1,519 Edmund Sharpe Gothic Revival with a tower.[38][111][112] II
Christ Church,
Heaton Norris,
Greater Manchester
53°24′52″N 2°10′04″W / 53.4144°N 2.1678°W / 53.4144; -2.1678 (Christ Church, Heaton Norris)
Christ Church, Heaton Norris - geograph.org.uk - 1485503.jpg
1843–49 500 William Hayley Gothic Revival with a west tower and steeple. Damaged by fire in 1977 and demolished, apart from the tower and part of the walls.[52][113][114] II
Christ Church,
Glodwick, Oldham,
Greater Manchester
1844 500 A. D. Cuffley Gothic Revival with a west tower. Restored 1894; demolished other than the tower.[52]
St Peter, Blackley,
Greater Manchester
53°31′25″N 2°13′05″W / 53.5235°N 2.2180°W / 53.5235; -2.2180 (St Peter's Church, Blackley)
St Peter, Blackley.jpg 1844–45 700 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival style. Enlarged 1880.[38][115][116] II*
St James the Great,
Morpeth, Northumberland
55°10′12″N 1°41′27″W / 55.1700°N 1.6907°W / 55.1700; -1.6907 (St James' Church, Morpeth)
St James' Church, Morpeth.jpg 1844–46 5,435 Benjamin Ferrey Neo-Norman with central tower.[85][117] II*
St Thomas, Lees,
Greater Manchester
53°32′12″N 2°04′22″W / 53.5367°N 2.0727°W / 53.5367; -2.0727 (St Thomas' Church, Lees)
St Thomas, Lees.jpg 1844–48 850 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival style. Tower added 1865. Church enlarged 1885.[52][118][119] II*
St Paul, Ramsbottom,
Greater Manchester
53°38′55″N 2°18′58″W / 53.6486°N 2.3162°W / 53.6486; -2.3162 (St Paul's Church, Ramsbottom)
St Paul's Church in Ramsbottom - geograph.org.uk - 298981.jpg 1844–50 350 Isaac and James Holden Gothic Revival with a spire. Enlarged in 1866.[52][120]
St John the Baptist, Birtle,
Greater Manchester
53°36′24″N 2°15′35″W / 53.6068°N 2.2597°W / 53.6068; -2.2597 (St John's Church, Birtle)
The Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Bircle - geograph.org.uk - 814725.jpg 1845–46 200 George Shaw Gothic Revival with a bell gable.[38]
St Peter, Elworth, Cheshire
53°08′55″N 2°23′23″W / 53.1486°N 2.3898°W / 53.1486; -2.3898 (St Peter's Church, Elworth)
St Peter's Church, Elworth.jpg 1845–46 150 John Matthews Gothic Revival with a bellcote.[34][121]
St John, Failsworth,
Greater Manchester
53°30′42″N 2°09′16″W / 53.5118°N 2.1545°W / 53.5118; -2.1545 (St John's Church, Failsworth)
St John, Failsworth.jpg
1845–46 500 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with a west steeple. Toewr added 1878; restored during the 20th century.[38][122][123] II
Holy Trinity,
Rainow, Cheshire
53°16′48″N 2°04′31″W / 53.2801°N 2.0753°W / 53.2801; -2.0753 (Holy Trinity Church, Rainow)
The parish church at Rainow - geograph.org.uk - 641926.jpg
1845–46 400 Samuel Howard Gothic Revival with a tower.[34][124][125] II
St Simon, Salford,
Greater Manchester
1845–46 500 Richard Lane Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Partly demolished.[52]
St Stephen, Audenshaw,
Greater Manchester
53°28′30″N 2°06′55″W / 53.4749°N 2.1153°W / 53.4749; -2.1153 (St Stephen's Church, Audenshaw)
St. Stephen's Church, Audenshaw, 2005.jpg 1845–47 500 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added 1900.[38][126][127] II
St James,
Shaw and Crompton,
Greater Manchester
53°34′51″N 2°05′33″W / 53.5809°N 2.0926°W / 53.5809; -2.0926 (St James' Church, Shaw and Crompton)
StJames Shaw and Crompton.jpg
1845–49 250 Joseph Clarke Gothic Revival with a southwest tower. Restored 1876.[38][128][129] II
Christ Church,
Ashton-under-Lyne,
Greater Manchester
53°29′37″N 2°06′05″W / 53.4937°N 2.1013°W / 53.4937; -2.1013 (Christ Church, Ashton-under-Lyne)
Christ Church, Ashton under Lyne.jpg 1846–47 300 Dickson and Breakspear Gothic Revival in brick with an east bell gable.[38][130][131] II
St Paul,
Westleigh, Leigh,
Greater Manchester
St Paul's Church, Westleigh.jpg 1846–47 400 William Young Gothic Revival with a southeast tower and spire.[48][132]
St Cuthbert, Bensham,
County Durham
Saint Cuthbert's Church, Bensham - geograph.org.uk - 1338041.jpg 1846–47 200 John Dobson Neo-Norman with a southwest tower. Later enlarged; now redundant.[46]
St Mary, Droylsden,
Greater Manchester
53°28′48″N 2°08′36″W / 53.4799°N 2.1432°W / 53.4799; -2.1432 (St Mary's Church, Droylsden)
St Mary's Church, Droylesden.jpg 1846–48 500 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with a tower and spire.[38][133][134] II
St James,
Burnley, Lancashire
1846–49 2,556 Henry P. Horner Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Demolished.[38]
All Saints, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
54°55′03″N 1°22′47″W / 54.9174°N 1.3796°W / 54.9174; -1.3796 (All Saints Church, Monkwearmouth)
1846–49 150 John Dobson Gothic Revival with a southwest bell turret.[41][135] II
St John the Baptist,
Heaton Mersey,
Greater Manchester
53°24′45″N 2°12′25″W / 53.4125°N 2.2069°W / 53.4125; -2.2069 (St John the Baptist's Church, Heaton Mersey)
HeatonMersey4572.JPG 1846–50 150 Peter Walker Gothic Revival with a west tower. Chancel added in 1891.[52][136][137] II
St Mark,
Antrobus, Cheshire
53°18′44″N 2°32′06″W / 53.3123°N 2.5349°W / 53.3123; -2.5349 (St Mark's Church, Antrobus)
1847 80 George Gilbert Scott Gothic Revival with a bell turret.[34][138][139] II
St John the Evangelist, Byley, Cheshire
53°13′12″N 2°25′02″W / 53.2200°N 2.4172°W / 53.2200; -2.4172 (St John's Church, Byley)
St John's Church, Byley.jpg
1847 75 John Matthews Neo-Norman, in brick with an open roof. Tower added later.[34][140][141] II
St John, Shuttleworth, Ramsbottom,
Greater Manchester
53°39′20″N 2°18′11″W / 53.6556°N 2.3031°W / 53.6556; -2.3031 (St John's Church, Shuttleworth)
St John's Church, Shuttleworth.jpg 1847 200 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with bell turrets.[52]
Christ Church, Walker,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
Tyne and Wear
54°58′24″N 1°32′48″W / 54.9732°N 1.5468°W / 54.9732; -1.5468 (Christ Church, Walker)
Christ Church, Shieldfield. - geograph.org.uk - 475246.jpg
1847 1,222 Alfred Higham Gothic Revival with a southeast tower.[85][142] II*
St Mark, Bredbury,
Greater Manchester
53°25′27″N 2°06′18″W / 53.4241°N 2.1050°W / 53.4241; -2.1050 (St Mark's Church, Bredbury)
St Mark's Church, Bredbury.jpg 1847–48 250 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with a west tower.[34][143][144] II
Holy Trinity, Coldhurst, Oldham,
Greater Manchester
53°33′00″N 2°07′02″W / 53.5501°N 2.1173°W / 53.5501; -2.1173 (Holy Trinity Church, Coldhurst)
Holy Trinity Church, Coldhurst.jpg
1847–48 250 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with a bell tower. Enlarged 1887–91.[38][145][146] II
St James,
Congleton, Cheshire
53°09′52″N 2°13′01″W / 53.1645°N 2.2170°W / 53.1645; -2.2170 (St James' Church, Congleton)
St James' Church, Congleton.jpg 1847–48 350 James Trubshaw Gothic Revival with a bell turret and chancel.[34][147]
St John,
Darlington, County Durham
54°31′22″N 1°32′38″W / 54.5229°N 1.5438°W / 54.5229; -1.5438 (St John's Church, Darlington)
St. John's Church - geograph.org.uk - 190042.jpg 1847–48 150 John Middleton Gothic Revival with a west tower.[46][148] II
St John the Evangelist, Hurst, Ashton-under-Lyne, Tameside,
Greater Manchester
53°30′01″N 2°04′53″W / 53.5002°N 2.0813°W / 53.5002; -2.0813 (St John's Church, Hurst)
St John's Church, Hurst.jpg 1847–49 250 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with a bell turret. Enlarged in 1862.[52][111][149] II
St Peter, Minshull Vernon, Cheshire
53°07′51″N 2°28′38″W / 53.1309°N 2.4773°W / 53.1309; -2.4773 (St Peter's Church, Minshull Vernon)
St Peters Church Bradfield Green.jpg c. 1847–48 150 John Matthews Gothic Revival with a bell turret. Enlarged in 1902.[34][150][151] II
St Michael,
Rawtenstall, Lancashire
53°43′12″N 2°14′52″W / 53.7201°N 2.2479°W / 53.7201; -2.2479 (St Michael's Church, Rawtenstall)
St Michael on the Hill - geograph.org.uk - 682375.jpg 1847–49 300 Joseph Clarke Gothic Revival with a tower. Closed and converted into a house.[52][152][153] II
St John the Evangelist, Birtley,
Tyne and Wear
54°53′40″N 1°34′25″W / 54.8945°N 1.5737°W / 54.8945; -1.5737 (St John's Church, Birtley)
St John The Evangelist Church, Birtley - geograph.org.uk - 613593.jpg 1848 200 George Pickering Neo-Norman with an apse. Enlarged in 1887–89.[46][154] II
Holy Trinity,
Seghill, Northumberland
55°04′09″N 1°32′22″W / 55.0691°N 1.5394°W / 55.0691; -1.5394 (Holy Trinity Church, Seghill)
Parish Church of the Holy Trinity - geograph.org.uk - 36037.jpg 1848 1,624 John Green Gothic Revival style.[85][155] II
St Mark, Dukinfield,
Greater Manchester
53°28′49″N 2°05′43″W / 53.4802°N 2.0954°W / 53.4802; -2.0954 (St Mark's Church, Dukinfield)
St Mark's Church, Dukinfield.jpg 1848–49 250 Joseph Clarke Gothic Revival with a northwest tower. Tower replaced in 1881 and alterations made in 1887.[34][90][156] II
Christ Church, Denton,
Greater Manchester
53°27′22″N 2°07′18″W / 53.4560°N 2.1218°W / 53.4560; -2.1218 (Christ Church, Denton)
Christ Church - Denton - Manchester Road - geograph.org.uk - 2299.jpg 1848–53 250 George Gilbert Scott Gothic Revival style.[38][157][158] II
St John the Baptist, Godley,
Greater Manchester
53°27′18″N 2°03′52″W / 53.4549°N 2.0644°W / 53.4549; -2.0644 (St John the Baptist's Church, Godley)
Church at Godley - geograph.org.uk - 39152.jpg 1849 400 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival style. West tower added 1878.[34][68][159] II
St Peter,
Macclesfield, Cheshire
53°15′12″N 2°07′04″W / 53.2534°N 2.1179°W / 53.2534; -2.1179 (St Peter's Church, Macclesfield)
Church of St. Peter, Macclesfield - geograph.org.uk - 172597.jpg 1849 257 Charles and James Trubshaw Gothic Revival style.[34][109][160] II
St Paul,
Danebridge, Cheshire
c. 1849 150 Joseph Clarke Demolished 1904.[34]
St Cuthbert, Benfieldside,
County Durham
54°52′06″N 1°51′24″W / 54.8682°N 1.8568°W / 54.8682; -1.8568 (St Cuthbert's Church, Benfieldside)
St Cuthbert's Church, Benfieldside.jpg
1849–50 200 John Dobson Gothic Revival style. Enlarged in 1881–86.[46][161] II
St Peter,
Chorley, Lancashire
53°39′38″N 2°37′25″W / 53.6606°N 2.6236°W / 53.6606; -2.6236 (St Peter's Church, Chorley)
St Peter's Church, Chorley.jpg 1849–50 250 Charles Reed Gothic Revival style. Transepts added in 1911.[38][162][163] II
Christ Church, Healey,
Greater Manchester
53°38′16″N 2°10′27″W / 53.6379°N 2.1741°W / 53.6379; -2.1741 (Christ Church, Healey)
Christ Church - geograph.org.uk - 1199380.jpg
1849–50 150 George Shaw Gothic Revival style.[52][164][165] II
St John the Evangelist, Kingsley, Cheshire
53°16′12″N 2°40′48″W / 53.2701°N 2.6800°W / 53.2701; -2.6800 (St John the Evangelist's Church, Kingsley)
1849–50 150 George Gilbert Scott Gothic Revival with a west tower.[34][166][167] II
St Paul,
Portwood, Stockport,
Greater Manchester
1849–50 300 Henry Bowman and J. S. Crowther Gothic Revival with a tower, spire and chancel. Demolished.[34]
St Margaret, Prestwich, Greater Manchester
53°32′16″N 2°16′08″W / 53.5377°N 2.2689°W / 53.5377; -2.2689 (St Margaret's Church, Prestwich)
St Margarets Church, Prestwich.jpg 1849–51 50 Henry Travis and William Mangnall Gothic Revival with gabled aisles. Additions in the later 19th century. Damaged by fire in 1985 and restored.[52][168]
Holy Trinity,
Hartlepool, County Durham
54°39′32″N 1°11′20″W / 54.6588°N 1.1888°W / 54.6588; -1.1888 (Holy Trinity Church, Hartlepool)
Holy Trinity Church, Seaton Carew - geograph.org.uk - 255381.jpg 1850–51 250 John Middleton Gothic Revival with no tower. Altered in 1864 and 1891.[46][169] II
St Thomas, Helmshore, Lancashire
53°41′14″N 2°19′49″W / 53.6872°N 2.3302°W / 53.6872; -2.3302 (St Thomas' Church, Helmshore)
St Thomas' Church, Helmshore.jpg 1850–51 200 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with west tower.[52][170][171] II
St Saviour,
Ringley, Kearsley,
Greater Manchester
53°32′37″N 2°21′25″W / 53.5436°N 2.3570°W / 53.5436; -2.3570 (St Saviour's Church, Ringley)
St Saviour's Church, Kearsley.jpg 1850–54 200 Sharpe and Paley Previous church replaced, apart from the small tower. Gothic Revival style.[52][172][173] II
St Paul, Hendon, Sunderland,
Tyne and Wear
1851–52 150 John Dobson Gothic Revival. Enlarged 1857, since demolished.[46]
St Mark, Hulme,
Greater Manchester
1851–52 250 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival. Demolished.[52]
St Paul,
Burnley, Lancashire
1852–53 150 Walker Rawstorne Neo-Norman with a tower and spire. Demolished.[38]
St Thomas,
Werneth, Oldham,
Greater Manchester
53°32′05″N 2°07′22″W / 53.5347°N 2.1229°W / 53.5347; -2.1229 (St Thomas' Church, Werneth)
St Thomas Church Coppice.jpg
1853–55 125 Andrew Trimen and George Shaw Gothic Revival style. Enlarged in 1868 and the 1880s.[48][174][175] II
St Alban, Pinfold,
Rochdale, Lancashire
1854–56 100 Joseph Clarke Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Demolished about 1971.[52]
St Paul, Paddington, Salford,
Greater Manchester
53°29′15″N 2°17′03″W / 53.4875°N 2.2842°W / 53.4875; -2.2842 (St Paul's Church, Paddington, Salford)
St Paul's Church, Salford.jpg 1855–56 220 E. H. Shellard Gothic Revival with a bell turret.[52][176]
All Souls, Vauxhall, Liverpool, Merseyside
1856 200 Arthur Holme Gothic Revival. Demolished.[52]

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