16 September 2017 (10:00 am to 4.00pm)
Although out-with the focus area, Christ Church has kindly agreed to participate this year.
Christ Church is a grade B listed building with an attractive simple nave and chancel, tall narrow lancets and octagonal spirelet. There is a wooden Arts and Crafts Altar. It has fine stained glass windows probably made by Clayton and Bell of London and a one hundred and fifty year old Mirlees Organ recognised by the British Institute of Organ studies as being of national importance.
During 2015 a substantial restoration and development project was carried out.
Architect: Thomas Mackenzie
Building Date: 1849
There will be an exhibition of photographs illustrating the restoration.