Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, Eccles :: Shared Description

The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, Eccles has stood on the same site for at least 800 years and is therefore the oldest church in the City of Salford.

The church is Grade I listed: LinkExternal link

More information can be found on the church website: LinkExternal link and even more detail on the British History site: LinkExternal link
by Gerald England
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20 images use this description:

SJ7798 : St Mary's churchyard and the former Cross Keys  by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Cross Keys by Gerald England
SJ7798 : ATC Window by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Inside St Mary's by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Bennett Memorial by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Palm Sunday window dedication by Gerald England
SJ7798 : St Mary's Parish Church: Blue plaque by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Brereton tomb by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Mayo Window by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Inside St Mary's by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Mayo Window: Explanatory plaques by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Medieval Door (outside) by Gerald England
SJ7798 : The Palm Sunday Window by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Eccles Parish Church by Gerald England
SJ7798 : St Mary's: East end by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Medieval Door (inside) by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Altar, reredos and East window by Gerald England
SJ7798 : St Mary's: Font and baptistry by Gerald England
SJ7798 : St Mary's Lychgate by Gerald England
SJ7798 : Pitcairn Chapel by Gerald England


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Created: Tue, 7 Mar 2017, Updated: Tue, 7 Mar 2017

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