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St Thomas, Butterton

St Thomas, Butterton, Newcastle, Staffordshire ST5 4EB View on map

Built in 1845 by Sir Thomas Pilkington, at the same time as Butterton Hall, to the design of Thomas Hopper, a London architect. Neo-Norman in style and built of sandstone from a quarry in the neighbouring wood.

Contact

  • Grant Recipient: Butterton PCC
  • Contact for access: Mr Alan Chamberlain
  • 01782 617221

Opening Arrangements

Most Thursday afternoons, 12pm - 5pm. At other times by ringing a list of people posted by the gate.

Directions

Off the A53 Newcastle-under-Lyme/Shrewsbury road. Approached by a 400m drive off the village road. Sat Nav postcode: ST5 4EB. Rail: Stoke-on-Trent (5 miles).

Parking Spaces

40

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes