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Church of St Luke, Haverigg


St Luke's Church in Haverigg was built in 1891, originally as a chapel of ease to St George’s Church in Millom. The church has a modern stained glass window by Peter Strong which depicts the history of Haverigg: including its past as a fishing village and also as a mining community around the Hodbarrow iron ore mine. The church and churchyard, together with seashore flowers, occupy the centre of the window.[1] The church owns the nearby St Luke's Institute, which is a community hall.

Haverigg Churches and Cathedrals 1891
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St Luke's Church, Haverigg

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Porch

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Nameboard

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Interior

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Organ

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Pulpit

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Bell

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Graveyard

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Memorial

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St Luke's Church, Haverigg, Roll of Honour

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St Lukes Church, Haverigg

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The Benefice of Millom - The CofE in Millom, with Haverigg & Thwaites
- "...Millom is situated on the coast at the southern tip of Lake District and our benefice covers the town of Millom, the village of Haverigg and their surrounding rural area ...

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