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Christchurch - Fenton Parish Church. 1890-1891, the tower added 1899.
Designed by Charles Lynam. Red and blue brick with ashlar dressings with slate roofs.
The 1924 ordnance Survey map shows the current church -
built in 1890, to seat 1,900 people.
It was designed by Charles Lynam
Paired shouldered west doors in a single stone archway with low relief figure of Christ in the tympanum.
"Christ Church, the magnum opus of Charles Lynam of Stoke - magnum, however, only in size."
Pevsner and the Buildings of Stoke-on-Trent
to the left is Albert Square, the War Memorial and the Town Hall
Listed building details for Christchurch
William Baker - the family who built Fenton
Charles Lynam - architect of the new church
Christchurch - a 'Grand Tour'
Fenton New Church, 1839 to 1890 - the first church
Christchurch - the two churches & gravestones
Index of Churches and Chapels
Index of Fenton Churches
Christian Heritage of Stoke-on-Trent