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Church of Saint Paul

A Grade II Listed Building in Ramsbottom, Bury

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.6485 / 53°38'54"N

Longitude: -2.3161 / 2°18'57"W

OS Eastings: 379201

OS Northings: 416937

OS Grid: SD792169

Mapcode National: GBR DV87.CV

Mapcode Global: WH97J.DKBB

Entry Name: Church of Saint Paul

Listing Date: 29 January 1985

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1163267

English Heritage Legacy ID: 210643

Location: Bury, BL0

County: Bury

Electoral Ward/Division: Ramsbottom

Built-Up Area: Ramsbottom

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater Manchester

Church of England Parish: Ramsbottom St John and St Paul

Church of England Diocese: Manchester

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Listing Text

SD 71 NE CROW LANE
3/139
- Church of St Paul

- II

1844-50, by I and J P Holden. In early English style. Chancel, vestry, nave, south
porch, west tower and small recess spire. Lancet windows. William Grant of Nuttall
Hall paid for organ chamber, organ and choir stalls in 1870, and largely paid for
Palmerston aisle, with stained glass window.


Listing NGR: SD7920116937

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