Situated in Chorlton, Manchester
Upgrade of the Church building and its facilities
This project comprised the installation of new toilets and the lowering of the Church floor to create a café. In addition, doors and partitions were inserted. There were new external finishes to the entrance door and new finishes to the floor.
St Werburgh’s Church is in Chorlton and is in the Diocese of Manchester. The original building was completed in 1900 in classic Victoria Gothic style. Although the building is not listed, St Werburgh’s has an impressive heritage with a pitched slate roof and brickwork walls. The building also contains a timber screen commemorating the war.