SD3427 : Fairhaven United Reformed Church

near to Ansdell, Lancashire, Great Britain

Fairhaven United Reformed Church
Fairhaven United Reformed Church
Fairhaven United Reformed Church is locally known as the "White Church". The congregation of Lytham Congregational Church put forward the idea of a new church in 1899 at Fairhaven on land leased by the Clifton family of Lytham Hall. Architects Briggs, Wolstenholme and Thornley of Blackburn won the contract. The church opened on October 17th 1912. It was a Congregational church until 1972 when it became a United Reformed Church.

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1899  1912  1972 
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