Church of St Luke, Holmes Chapel :: Shared Description

An Anglican parish church in the Diocese of Chester, listed grade I (list entry 1231322) as "ranking high among Cheshire's timber framed churches". The stone tower dates from 1430, and its location hard against the main road through the town prevents any widening of that road. The nave and chancel were encased in brick in the 18th century, making them look less old than they are.
by Stephen Craven

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SJ7667 : St Luke's, Holmes Chapel - north door by Stephen Craven
SJ7667 : St Luke's, Holmes Chapel - tower by Stephen Craven
SJ7667 : The Old Red Lion and St Luke's Church, Holmes Chapel by Stephen McKay
SJ7667 : St Luke's, Holmes Chapel - war memorial by Stephen Craven
SJ7667 : St Luke's, Holmes Chapel - south side by Stephen Craven
SJ7667 : St Luke's, Holmes Chapel - east end by Stephen Craven


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Created: Mon, 4 Mar 2019, Updated: Mon, 4 Mar 2019

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