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Christ Church, Walshaw

Christ Church, Walshaw
Christ Church, Walshaw
Shown within Greater Manchester
Basic information
Location Bury, England
Geographic coordinates 53°36′03″N 2°20′21″W / 53.600697°N 2.339284°W / 53.600697; -2.339284Coordinates: 53°36′03″N 2°20′21″W / 53.600697°N 2.339284°W / 53.600697; -2.339284

Affiliation Anglican
District Anglican Diocese of Manchester
Architectural description
Architect(s) Lawrence Booth
Architectural type Church
Architectural style Gothic Revival
Completed 1888

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The churchyard contains war graves of three soldiers and two airmen of World War II.[2]


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