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Resurrection And All Saints Church Caldy Wirral England

Resurrection and all saints church Caldy Wirral England.

Caldy is a picturesque village on the Wirral. It was first mentioned in the Domes day Book in 1086 as being owned by Hugh of Mere. Nearby is a large area of National Trust land called Caldy Hill. Many of the houses and walls are built from the local red sandstone.

The church of the resurrection and all saints is situated in Caldy and was built originally as a school to a design by G. E. Street in 1868 at the expense of Elizabeth Barton. It was converted to a church, with the addition of a chancel, a north aisle and a saddleback tower in 1906–07 by Douglas and Minshall. The church was refurbished in the 1960s.

For more information and virtual tours of Caldy please visit and click on the Caldy link.

Copyright: Dave Hughes
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Taken: 26/04/2009
Uploaded: 27/04/2009


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