St George's Church, Heaviley


St George's Church, Heaviley

Infobox religious building
building_name=St George's Church


caption=
location=Stockport, England
map_type=Greater Manchester
latitude=53.39717
longitude=-2.151810
religious_affiliation=Anglican
district=Diocese of Chester
consecration_year=1897
status=Parish church
leadership=Rev. Alan Bell, vicar
website= [http://www.stgeorgestockport.org.uk/ St George’s with St Gabriel’s, Stockport]
architect=Paley and Austin of Lancaster
architecture_type=Church
architecture_style=Gothic Revival
facade_direction=
year_completed=
construction_cost=
capacity=
length=180 ft (55 m)
width=75 ft (23 m)
width_nave=
height_max=112 ft (34 m)
dome_quantity=
dome_height_outer=
dome_height_inner=
dome_dia_outer=
dome_dia_inner=
minaret_quantity=
minaret_height=
spire_quantity=
spire_height=236 ft (72 m)
materials=Runcorn sandstone

St George's (gbmapping|SJ930985) is a church in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England.

Construction of the church started in 1892 and it was consecrated in 1897. It was designated a Grade I listed building on March 10, 1975. [cite web|title=Church of St George|url= http://www.imagesofengland.org.uk/Details/Default.aspx?id=210784 |publisher=Images of England|accessdate=2007-12-22]

ee also

* List of churches in Greater Manchester
* Grade I listed buildings in Greater Manchester

References

External links

* [http://www.stgeorgestockport.org.uk/welcome.htm Official website]


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