14 September 2019 (10 am to 3 pm)
St Mark’s Church was built between 1868 and 1869. It was designed by Pilkington and Bell in a free Gothic style typical of Frederick T Pilkington. The church was extended in 1879 by Ireland and MacLaren.
Featuring superb stained-glass windows and a raised timbre ceiling, this A-listed church is a unique example of circular congregational seating and aisles.
An ambitious energy efficiency project, grant-assisted by Climate Challenge Fund, is currently under-way, you can see the progress of this work during your visit and find out about ongoing community activities.
Architect: Pilkington and Bell
Building Date: 1869
Join us in our caf� space for FREE coffee and cakes, shop for locally produced goods at our Craft Fair and take a tour of historic St Marks Church.
Non-bookable. Tours from 11am to 4pm