All Saints Parish Church, Wigan :: Shared Description

All Saints Church was established in Saxon times and was probably built on the site of a temple in the Roman settlement of Coccium. The present structure is at least the third building on the site. Major rebuilding took place in 1620 and 1849 and further restorations were made from 1898-1902, from 1947-1957 and from 2002-2006.

See Wigan Parish Church website LinkExternal link for more details.

The church is a Grade II* listed building LinkExternal link
by Gerald England
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SD5805 : Stained Glass in All Saints by Gerald England
SD5805 : William and Mabel Bradshaigh by Gerald England
SD5805 : All Saints' Organ by Gerald England
SD5805 : Stained Glass in All Saints by Gerald England
SD5805 : Memorial to William Mayor and family by Gerald England
SD5805 : St Christopher Window by Gerald England
SD5805 : The Great West Window by Gerald England
SD5805 : Medieval glass in All Saints by Gerald England
SD5805 : Reredos (Central panel) by Gerald England
SD5805 : Rectors of Wigan by Gerald England
SD5805 : Reredos (Right panels) by Gerald England
SD5805 : All Saints' baptistry by Gerald England
SD5805 : Memorial to Richard Welles by Gerald England
SD5805 : Memorial to James Brown by Gerald England
SD5805 : Memorial to Alexander and Elisabeth by Gerald England
SD5805 : All Saints' Nave by Gerald England
SD5805 : Crawford Chapel East Window by Gerald England
SD5805 : Memorial in the Walmesley Chapel by Gerald England
SD5805 : Memorial to William  Bankes by Gerald England
SD5805 : Memorial to Herbert Spencer Woodcock by Gerald England
SD5805 : Mothers Union banner by Gerald England
SD5805 : Wigan War Memorial by Gerald England
SD5805 : Doorway grotesque (left) by Gerald England
SD5805 : The Strangers Gallery by Gerald England
SD5805 : Memorial to Maria Margaret Frances by Gerald England

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Created: Tue, 18 Apr 2017, Updated: Tue, 2 May 2017

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