Church of St Mary Magdalene, Clitheroe :: Shared Description

A grade II* listed Anglican parish church (list entry 1362179) at a high point in the town centre (but lower than the earlier castle).

A church was on this site from 1135, if not earlier. The tower dates from the 15th century, with a spire added in 1844 and rebuilt in 2012. The nave is from 1829, with typically Georgian galleries. Internal furnishings are late 20th century following a fire in 1979.
by Stephen Craven
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SD7442 : Clitheroe parish church: stone altar  by Stephen Craven
SD7442 : Clitheroe parish church: south side by Stephen Craven
SD7442 : Clitheroe parish church: nave by Stephen Craven
SD7442 : Clitheroe parish church: organ case by Stephen Craven

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Created: Wed, 17 Oct 2018, Updated: Wed, 17 Oct 2018

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