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St Cuthberts Church & Conservative Club, Churchtown, Southport

St Cuthberts Church & Conservative Club, Churchtown, Southport

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St Cuthberts Church & Conservative Club, Churchtown, Southport

There has been a church on the site of St Cuthbert's since at least as far back as the time of King Stephen (d. 1154).  The current church was built 1730–39 to replace the original structure, which had burned down. Alterations were made in 1806 and in 1908–09; architect Isaac Taylor extensively restored the church, leaving little trace of the 1806 work. St Cuthbert's was designated a Grade II listed building by English Heritage on 21 September 1951. The building immediate left is the Churchtown Conservative Club, this building was formally a school and dates from the 1700s.    

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