List of ecclesiastical works by Austin and Paley (1916–44)

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Austin and Paley was the title of a practice of architects in Lancaster, Lancashire, England, in the first half of the 20th century. The practice was founded in 1836 by Edmund Sharpe. Between 1895 and 1914 the partners had been Hubert Austin and Henry Paley. Henry Paley had joined the practice as a partner in 1886 when his father, E. G. Paley, was Austin's partner ; the practice then became known as Paley, Austin and Paley. E. G. Paley died in 1895 and the practice continued under the title of Austin and Paley. Austin's son, Geoffrey, joined the practice as a partner in 1914 and for a short time the practice was known as Austin, Paley and Austin. Hubert Austin died in 1915. Geoffrey Austin was on active service during the First World War and did not return to the practice, so Henry Paley continued the business of the firm as the sole partner from this time. For a time the practice continued with the title of Austin, Paley and Austin but around 1925 it reverted to the title of Austin and Paley. Henry Paley retired in 1936 but some work continued to be done by the practice until at least 1942; it was finally wound up around 1944.[1]

This list covers the ecclesiastical works executed by the practice after 1916. These works include new churches, restorations and alterations of older churches, additions to churches, and church fittings and furniture. The practice designed about 10 new churches and restored or modified many more. Because of the location of the practice, most of their ecclesiastical work was in the areas that are now Cumbria, Lancashire, and Greater Manchester, but examples can also be found in Cheshire, North Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, and the West Midlands.[2]

Key[edit]

Grade Criteria[3]
Grade I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
Grade II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
Grade II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Works[edit]

Name Location Photograph Date Notes Grade
St Matthew's Church Highfield, Wigan,
Greater Manchester
53°31′45″N 2°40′21″W / 53.5292°N 2.6725°W / 53.5292; -2.6725 (St Matthew's Church, Highfield, Wigan)
1917 Addition of a stone reredos in memory of Colonel Blundell.[4][5][6][7] II*
Christ Church Lancaster, Lancashire
54°02′45″N 2°47′18″W / 54.0458°N 2.7883°W / 54.0458; -2.7883 (Christ Church, Lancaster)
Christ Church, Lancaster.jpeg 1919 War memorial in the churchyard, consisting of a cross in Derbyshire stone, 25 feet (8 m) high, costing £400.[8][9][10][11] II
St Anne's Church St Annes, Lancashire
53°45′23″N 3°01′21″W / 53.7565°N 3.0226°W / 53.7565; -3.0226 (St Anne's Church, St Annes)
St Anne's Church, St Annes.jpg 1919 A baptistry was added in 1919, general repairs were carried out in 1929–31, and a memorial clergy vestry was built in 1930–31.[12][13][14][15] II
All Saints Church Wigan,
Greater Manchester
53°32′46″N 2°37′58″W / 53.5460°N 2.6328°W / 53.5460; -2.6328 (Church of All Saints, Wigan)
All Saints Church, Wigan-2.jpg 1922 The lower part of the tower was refaced with Parbold stone.[16][17][18][19] II*
St Mary's Church Ulverston, Cumbria
54°11′56″N 3°05′29″W / 54.1989°N 3.0915°W / 54.1989; -3.0915 (Church of St Mary, Ulverston)
St Mary's Church, Ulverston.jpg
1923 Converted the south chancel aisle into a war memorial.[12][20][21] II*
St Michael's Church Pennington, Cumbria
54°11′14″N 3°07′52″W / 54.1873°N 3.1312°W / 54.1873; -3.1312 (St Michael's Church, Pennington)
St Michael and The Holy Angels Church, Pennington - geograph.org.uk - 1751854.jpg 1924–26 Addition of a chancel and a porch; restoration of the tower.[22][23][24][25][26] II
St Mary's Church Acton, Cheshire
53°04′25″N 2°33′04″W / 53.0737°N 2.5512°W / 53.0737; -2.5512 (St Mary's Church, Acton)
St Marys Church Acton Cheshire.jpg 1925 Repairs to the tower.[16][27][28] I
Holy Trinity Church Skipton, North Yorkshire
53°57′48″N 2°00′58″W / 53.9633°N 2.0161°W / 53.9633; -2.0161 (Holy Trinity Church, Skipton)
Main church of Skipton 01.JPG 1925 A new roof to the north transept and other repairs.[12][29] I
St Bertoline's Church Barthomley, Cheshire
53°04′06″N 2°20′54″W / 53.0682°N 2.3483°W / 53.0682; -2.3483 (St Bertoline's Church, Barthomley)
St Bertoline's Church, Barthomley.jpg
1925–26 Restoration and a new chancel added.[16][30][31] I
All Saints' Church Becconsall, Lancashire
53°42′10″N 2°50′24″W / 53.7027°N 2.8400°W / 53.7027; -2.8400 (All Saints' Church, Becconsall)
All Saints Church, Hesketh Bank.JPG 1925–26 New church. The tower was completed in 1935.[16][32][33]
St John the Baptist's Church Earlestown, Merseyside
53°27′13″N 2°38′41″W / 53.4536°N 2.6447°W / 53.4536; -2.6447 (St John's Church, Earlestown)
St John the Baptist - geograph.org.uk - 1221508.jpg 1925–26 Addition of half a bay to the nave, and a tower base.[23][34]
Church of St Stephen on-the-Cliffs Blackpool, Lancashire
53°50′27″N 3°03′05″W / 53.8407°N 3.0514°W / 53.8407; -3.0514 (Church of St Stephen on the Cliffs, Blackpool)
1925–27 A new church with a brick exterior and a sandstone interior. It was never completed.[22][35][36]
St John the Baptist's Church Blawith, Cumbria
54°17′09″N 3°05′38″W / 54.2857°N 3.0940°W / 54.2857; -3.0940 (St John the Baptist's Church, Blawith)
The Church of St John the Baptist, Blawith - geograph.org.uk - 1800704.jpg 1926 Renovation of the northwest wall and buttresses.[16][37]
Gatehouse St Wilfrid's Church, Standish,
Greater Manchester
53°35′13″N 2°39′41″W / 53.586840°N 2.661494°W / 53.586840; -2.661494 (St Wilfrid's Church, Standish)
St Wilfred's Church, Standish.jpg
1926 An elaborate gatehouse built as a memorial to the First World War.[12][38][39] II
St Hilda's Church Bilsborrow, Lancashire
53°51′08″N 2°44′32″W / 53.8522°N 2.7421°W / 53.8522; -2.7421 (St Hilda's Church, Bilsborrow)
St Hilda's Church, Bilsborrow.jpg 1926–28 New church.[16][40][41]
St Luke's Church Orrell,
Greater Manchester
53°31′44″N 2°42′36″W / 53.5290°N 2.7100°W / 53.5290; -2.7100 (St Luke's Church, Orrell)
St Luke's Church, Orrell.jpg
1927–28 New church; completed in 1936–39.[42][43][44]
Christ Church Wesham, Lancashire
53°47′25″N 2°53′08″W / 53.7902°N 2.8855°W / 53.7902; -2.8855 (Christ Church, Wesham)
Christ Church, Wesham.jpg 1927–28 Completed the east end of the church, added a porch, and reseated the church.[12][23][45][46] II
St Mark's Church Basford, Staffordshire
53°01′03″N 2°12′35″W / 53.0176°N 2.2098°W / 53.0176; -2.2098 (St Mark's Church, Basford)
1928–29 Vestries added.[16][23]
St Stephen's Church Whelley, Wigan,
Greater Manchester
53°33′19″N 2°36′58″W / 53.5554°N 2.6161°W / 53.5554; -2.6161 (St Stephen's Church, Whelley)
1928–30 New church, completed by the firm in 1937–38.[12][47][48][49] II
Lancaster Cathedral Lancaster, Lancashire
54°02′49″N 2°47′38″W / 54.0470°N 2.7939°W / 54.0470; -2.7939 (Lancaster Cathedral)
050416 Lancaster cathedral.jpg
1928–1944 Repairs.[8][50][51] II*
St Oswald's Church Winwick, Cheshire
53°25′51″N 2°35′52″W / 53.4308°N 2.5979°W / 53.4308; -2.5979 (St Oswald's Church, Winwick)
St Oswald's Church, Winwick.jpg 1929 Restoration of the Gerrard Chapel in 1929 and the tower in 1931.[12][52][53] I
St Thomas' Church Ashton-in-Makerfield, Greater Manchester
53°29′09″N 2°38′20″W / 53.4857°N 2.6389°W / 53.4857; -2.6389 (St Thomas's Church, Ashton-in-Makerfield)
St Thomas' Church, Ashton-in-Makerfield.jpg 1929–30 Vestry added.[16][54][55][56] II
St Michael and All Angels' Church Middleton,
Greater Manchester
53°32′52″N 2°11′26″W / 53.5477°N 2.1906°W / 53.5477; -2.1906 (St Michael and All Angels Church, Middleton)
St Michael's Church, Middleton.jpg 1929–30 Tower added.[57][58][59] II
St Mary's Church Sandbach, Cheshire
53°08′37″N 2°21′40″W / 53.1436°N 2.3610°W / 53.1436; -2.3610 (St Mary's Church, Sandbach)
Sandbach Mary 1.jpg 1929–30 Addition of a new vestry and porch.[42][60][61] II*
St Matthew's Church Burnley, Lancashire
53°47′01″N 2°15′17″W / 53.7837°N 2.2546°W / 53.7837; -2.2546 (St Matthew's Church, Burnley)
St Matthew's Church, Burnley 01.jpg 1929–31 Church rebuilt after a fire.[22][54][62]
Church of St John the Divine Preston, Lancashire
53°45′31″N 2°41′46″W / 53.7585°N 2.6961°W / 53.7585; -2.6961 (Church of St John the Divine, Preston)
Preston City Minster.jpg 1930 General repairs, including new ceilings to the nave, chancel and chapel. In 1932 supervised repairs to the tower and spire.[63][64][65] II*
St Mary the Virgin's Church Walney Island, Cumbria
54°06′24″N 3°14′51″W / 54.1067°N 3.2474°W / 54.1067; -3.2474 (St Mary the Virgin's Church, Walney Island)
St Mary's Church, Vickerstown.jpg 1930–31 Added aisles and a vestry, and completed the west end of a church built by the same practice in 1907–08.[66][54][67][68] II
St Barbara's Church Earlsdon, Coventry,
West Midlands
52°23′50″N 1°32′20″W / 52.3971°N 1.5389°W / 52.3971; -1.5389 (St Barbara's Church, Earlsdon)
St Barbara's, Earlsdon - geograph.org.uk - 30035.jpg 1930–31 New church.[22][69]
St Thomas' Church Blackpool, Lancashire
53°49′17″N 3°02′23″W / 53.8215°N 3.0396°W / 53.8215; -3.0396 (St Thomas' Church, Blackpool)
1930–32 New church.[22][70][71]
St John the Evangelist's Church Crawshawbooth, Rawtenstall, Lancashire
53°43′21″N 2°17′21″W / 53.7226°N 2.2892°W / 53.7226; -2.2892 (St John's Church, Crawshawbooth)
St John's Church, Rawtenstall.jpg
1931 Addition of Memorial Chapel.[22][72][73] II*
All Saints' Church Long Whatton, Leicestershire
52°48′19″N 1°17′10″W / 52.8053°N 1.2860°W / 52.8053; -1.2860 (All Saints' Church, Long Whatton)
All Saints Church, Long Whatton.jpg 1931 Added a baptistry.[8][74][75] II*
St Cuthbert's Church Lytham St Annes, Lancashire
53°44′15″N 2°58′34″W / 53.7374°N 2.9762°W / 53.7374; -2.9762 (St Cuthbert's Church, Lytham St Annes)
St Cuthbert's Church, Lytham.jpeg 1931 Addition of a chapel.[8][76][77] II*
St Anne's Church Worksop, Nottinghamshire
53°18′10″N 1°07′58″W / 53.3028°N 1.1329°W / 53.3028; -1.1329 (St Anne's Church, Worksop)
St Anne's Church, Worksop.jpg
1931 A memorial to Sir John Robinson, the founder of the church.[12][74][78] II
St Thomas' Church Halliwell, Bolton,
Greater Manchester
53°35′33″N 2°26′34″W / 53.5926°N 2.4427°W / 53.5926; -2.4427 (St Thomas' Church, Halliwell, Bolton)
St Thomas, Halliwell.jpg 1931–32 New vestry.[16][79][80] II*
Immanuel Church Feniscowles, Blackburn, Lancashire
53°43′36″N 2°32′27″W / 53.7268°N 2.5408°W / 53.7268; -2.5408 (Immanuel Church, Feniscowles)
Immanuel Church, Feniscowles.jpg 1931–32 Restoration.[22][81][82] II
Christ Church Glasson, Lancashire
53°59′47″N 2°50′33″W / 53.9965°N 2.8426°W / 53.9965; -2.8426 (Christ Church, Glasson)
Christ Church, Glasson.jpg 1931–32 Addition of a chancel and vestry.[83][84] II
St Nicholas' Church Wrea Green, Lancashire
53°46′38″N 2°54′56″W / 53.7771°N 2.9155°W / 53.7771; -2.9155 (St Nicholas' Church, Wrea Green)
The Parish Church of St Nicholas, Wrea Green, Lancashire - geograph.org.uk - 1738461.jpg
1931–32 New choir floor and seats.[42][85][86] II
St Peter's Church Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside
53°27′22″N 2°36′52″W / 53.4560°N 2.6144°W / 53.4560; -2.6144 (St Peter's Church, Newton-le-Willows)
St Peter's Church, Newton-le-Willows.jpg 1932 Addition of vestries, a porch and offices.[42][87][88] II
St Paul's Church Scotforth, Lancaster, Lancashire
54°02′01″N 2°47′44″W / 54.0336°N 2.7955°W / 54.0336; -2.7955 (St Paul's Church, Scotforth)
St Paul's Church, Scotforth.jpg 1932 Redecoration and a new doorway.[42][89][90] II
St Paul's Church Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria
54°11′36″N 2°54′35″W / 54.1933°N 2.9098°W / 54.1933; -2.9098 (St Paul's Church, Grange-over-Sands)
Geograph-1835257-by-Brian-Clift.jpg 1932–33 New chancel and other additions.[22][74][91][92] II
St Barnabas' Church Coventry,
West Midlands
52°25′24″N 1°29′35″W / 52.4232°N 1.4931°W / 52.4232; -1.4931 (St Barnabas' Church, Coventry)
1932–33 A new church, plain, and never completed.[22][93]
St Matthew's Church Preston, Lancashire
53°45′49″N 2°40′33″W / 53.7636°N 2.6759°W / 53.7636; -2.6759 (St Matthews' Church, Preston)
1932–33 Added a chapel and vestries and completed the chancel.[42][74][94]
St Christopher's Church Bare, Morecambe, Lancashire
54°04′39″N 2°50′43″W / 54.0774°N 2.8453°W / 54.0774; -2.8453 (St Christopher's Church, Bare, Morecambe)
1932–34 New church.[42][24][95]
St Michael and All Angels' Church Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston, Lancashire
53°45′54″N 2°43′54″W / 53.7651°N 2.7317°W / 53.7651; -2.7317 (St Michael and All Angels' Church, Ashton-on-Ribble)
1934 Work on the organ floor and walls.[16][96][97] II*
St John the Evangelist's Church Abram,
Greater Manchester
53°30′35″N 2°35′37″W / 53.5096°N 2.5937°W / 53.5096; -2.5937 (St John the Evangelist's Church, Abram)
St John's Church, Abram.jpg 1935–37 New church, replacing an earlier church damaged by subsidence. The last new church to be designed by the firm.[16][98][99]
St Thomas' Church Eaton, Cheshire
53°09′57″N 2°38′23″W / 53.1657°N 2.6398°W / 53.1657; -2.6398 (St Thomas' Church, Eaton)
St. Thomas's Church, Eaton - geograph.org.uk - 274129.jpg 1936 Refitting, including a new marble floor to the sanctuary, reredos, pulpit, stalls, chancel screen, and the creation of an organ chamber.[24][100]
St Mary Magdalene's Church Alsager, Cheshire
53°05′46″N 2°18′26″W / 53.0961°N 2.3071°W / 53.0961; -2.3071 (St Mary Magdalene's Church, Alsager)
1936–37 North porch and aisles completed.[16][101][102][103] II
Christ Church Fulwood, Preston, Lancashire
53°46′38″N 2°42′12″W / 53.7772°N 2.7032°W / 53.7772; -2.7032 (Christ Church, Preston)
Christ Church, Fulwood - geograph.org.uk - 912034.jpg 1937 Added the Chapel of Remembrance.[42][104][105]
St John the Baptist's Church Atherton,
Greater Manchester
53°31′26″N 2°29′25″W / 53.5239°N 2.4902°W / 53.5239; -2.4902 (St John the Baptist's Church, Atherton)
StJohnAtherton.jpg
1938 Vestry added.[16][106][107] II
St Anne's Church Singleton, Lancashire
53°50′16″N 2°56′10″W / 53.8379°N 2.9360°W / 53.8379; -2.9360 (Church of St Anne, Singleton)
St Anne's Church, Singleton.jpg 1938–39 Addition of a vestry.[12][104][108][109] II
St Mary Magdalen's Church Ribbleton, Preston, Lancashire
53°46′35″N 2°39′37″W / 53.7765°N 2.6603°W / 53.7765; -2.6603 (St Mary's Church, Ribbleton)
St Mary's Church, Ribbleton.jpg 1938–41 Addition of a new chancel, chapel, aisles and vestries.[42][110][111]
St Margaret's Church Halliwell, Bolton,
Greater Manchester
53°35′04″N 2°27′25″W / 53.5844°N 2.4569°W / 53.5844; -2.4569 (St Margaret's Church, Halliwell)
1939 Vestry and offices added.[16][104][112]
St James' Church Westhead, Ormskirk, Lancashire
53°33′30″N 2°51′09″W / 53.5583°N 2.8524°W / 53.5583; -2.8524 (St James' Church, Westhead)
St James Church, Westhead.JPG
1939 New vestries added.[8][113][114] II

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