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Church of St Andrew, Botcherby, Carlisle

St Andrew's Church is located on Wood Street in Botcherby, Carlisle. It was built as a Mission Church in 1890, to the designs of Henry Higginson of Carlisle, to house a congregation which previously met in a nearby barn.[1] The church is constructed of red brick made at the local brick works. The church is a relatively unaltered example of the 19th century spreading the Church of England's mission, with the establishing new churches in unparished areas of expanding populations at that time. St Andrew's Church is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Botcherby Churches and Cathedrals Historic Buildings and Monuments in Carlisle 1890
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St. Andrews, Botcherby

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Church of St Andrew - Carlisle - List Entry
- "...St Andrew's was built to designs of Henry Higginson of Carlisle as a Mission Church to house a congregation previously meeting in a nearby barn. The church was built at …

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St Andrew's, Botcherby
- "..St John's parish was extended in February 2013 to include the Botcherby area and its Mission Church St Andrew's. The Church building has recently been completely renovated and re-ordered with …

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List number: 1413631
List grade: 2
Post code: CA1 2SF
Unitary Auth: Cumberland
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4232355674


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