CHRIST CHURCH WESTON POINT BY LINDA D WILDING
Christ Church was erected in 1841 by the Trustees of the River Weaver Navigation Company. It was built for employees and their families. The Church is of red sandstone, in Gothic style consisting of a chancel, nave, transept, south porch and western tower, with octagonal spire, containing a clock and one bell.
There is a tablet of white marble on the north wall of the nave, erected in memory of 22 men of Weston Point who fell in the Great War. READ MORE MY DOWNLOADING HERE......... pdf CHRIST CHURCH AND VICARAGE (1.07 MB)