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Church of All Saints, Scotby


All Saints Church in Scotby was built in 1854, designed by Athony Salvin and commissioned by George Head Head. It features an east window by William Morris & Co. The church is a Grade II listed building in the National Heritage List for England.
Scotby Anthony Salvin (1799 -1881) Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wetheral Civil Parish 1854 Scotby Parish Centre Churches and Cathedrals George Head Head (1795 - 1876)
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All Saints' Church, Scotby - April 2017 (1)

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All Saints Church, Scotby

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All Saints Church, Scotby, Interior

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All Saints Church, Scotby, Altar

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All Saints Church, Scotby, Organ

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All Saints Church, Scotby, Stained glass window

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All Saints Church, Scotby, Porch

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All Saints Church, Scotby

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All Saints' Church, Scotby - April 2017 (2)

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SCC Parish Church, Cumbria
- "....SCC Parish Church, Cumbria, is the parish church of Scotby (All Saints Church) and Cotehill (St Johns Church) with Cumwhinton. The united parish was formed in the late 90’s ...

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CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS - Scotby - List Entry
- "Church. 1854, by Salvin, for George Head Head. Rough dressed red sandstone walls with ashlar quoins and dressings, graduated slate roof with coped gables and kneelers. 2-storey, south-east tower, with ...

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Scotby Parish Centre
- Overview Map Street View Scotby Parish Centre is owned by Scotby Parish Church and effectively functions as a church hall, used for events, such as the fun with flowers club, ...

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List number: 1335538
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4406355214

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