Witton

All Souls

No longer Church of England

Image by Roger Templeman on Geograph reusable under a Creative Commons licence
Image by Roger Templeman on Geograph reusable under a Creative Commons licence
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All Souls' Church, Witton on Wenlock Road is a red-brick building with stone dressings in Gothic style designed by Philip Chatwin. It has a chancel, nave, east and west aisles and a low central tower with a pyramidal roof. It was consecrated in 1907 and was served for a time by the clergy of Holy Trinity, Birchfield. In 1926 a parish was assigned out of Holy Trinity, Birchfield, and St Peter & St Paul, Aston.

 

The church was declared redundant by the Church of England in 1981 and sold to the Church of God (International).

 

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William Dargue 19.02.2018