The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria

Grange-over-Sands on Wikipedia.

Bay Villa is a former Glanton Brethren Meeting Room. Seen here (the building with the chimney) by Streetview in 2016, it has a plaque with a little history, Alan Marsden (2021). Kevin Price advises that the Brethren left in about 1980. SD 4087 7796. Grade II listed.

Grange Fell Church, which sits at the western edge of the town, dates from 1907. Older maps mark a church room on the same site, and this source dates it to 1898. It can be seen here in a Streetview of 2011. SD 3999 7777. Link.

Methodist Church on Kents Bank Road. According to its My Wesleyan Methodists entry, it was built as Wesleyan in 1876, though the photo of the date-stone on the same page clearly shows 1874. SD 4059 7781. Steve Bulman. Grade II listed.

St. Charles Borromeo (R.C., 1884) on Kents Bank Road. SD 4061 7771.  Steve Bulman.

St. Paul (1852) on Kents Bank Road. SD 4074 7788. Steve Bulman. Another view, interior, altar and font, all Dennis Harper (2012). Link. Grade II listed.

The U.R.C. (1894) on Kents Bank Road is marked on older maps as Congregational. SD 4056 7758. Steve Bulman.




04 March 2023

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