Building Name

Congregational Chapel Lymm Cheshire

1860 - 1862
Cheshire, England
New build

WARRINGTON - The first stone of a new Congregational Chapel has been laid at Lymm. The site selected is within a five-minute walk of the railway station. The building will be in the Gothic style, built entirely of Lymm stone. One of the chief features outside will be a bell turret. There will be accommodation within four about 400 people. There is to be a gallery at one end. The roof will be open and the pews on the same principal. It will cost £3,000. Mr Walters of Manchester is the architect; and Mr S Bramhall, of Hulme, the builder, [Builder 2 August 1862 Page 554]

Foundation stone laid by Joseph Thompson of Bowdon on the afternoon of Thursday 24 July 1862- Manchester Courier. The Builder report is an abridged version of that which appeared in the Courier.

Reference    Manchester Courier 26 July 1862 Page 8 Col 6
Reference    Builder 2 August 1862 Page 554
Reference    Builder 16 March 1872 page 201 - list of works by Edward Walters