Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1258397

Date first listed: 20-Jan-1988



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District: Wirral (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SJ 31487 92390


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SJ 39 SW 3/70

WALLASEY SEABANK ROAD (west side) Manor Church Centre

(Formerly listed as Egremont United Reformed Church and church hall)


Non-conformist church. 1907-8. By Briggs, Wolstenholme and Thornley. Dressed stone with ashlar dressings, slate roof. Nave with passage aisles, south west tower (ritual west is actual east), short chancel with hall to south, at right angle to church. West end has 3 cusped lights with 1:3:1- light windows above with weathered sill and Perpendicular tracery. Flanking porch bays have swept gables and embattled parapets; segmental-pointed entrances with niches above. Tower to south has angle buttresses and paired cusped louvred bell openings; cornice has beast and foliage carving, tracery-panelled embattled parapet. Canted bay to base of tower with cusped lights. South side has 3 projecting gabled bays with clasping buttresses, other 2 bays have parapets; 3-light windows. North side similar, western bay canted as tower, eastern 2-bay transept with 2 gables. Chapel keeper's house of 2 storeys to rear. 5- light east window with 2 king mullions. Church hall of 4 bays has 4-light single-chamfered-mullioned windows with transoms between flat buttresses. Segmental-pointed entrance to left, 3-light window above, and parapet. To right return has canted end and adjacent porch. Interior: 5-bay arcades with arches dying into octagonal columns. Hammer-beam roof on foliate corbels. West gallery over porch. Chancel has blind tracery and Tudor-flower cornice below window; north and south arches to organ lofts, Octagonal pulpit has figures in niches. Stalls have traceried ends. Font has tracery panels and 4 green columns. Good stained glass of 1890s and 1900s, 2 windows and some single lights by Morris and Co.

Listing NGR: SJ3148792390


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