All Saints' Church, Urmston

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All Saints' Church
All Saints' Church
Basic information
Location Urmston, Greater Manchester, England
Geographic coordinates 53°28′22″N 2°21′07″W / 53.472696°N 2.351898°W / 53.472696; -2.351898Coordinates: 53°28′22″N 2°21′07″W / 53.472696°N 2.351898°W / 53.472696; -2.351898
Affiliation Roman Catholic
District Roman Catholic Diocese of Salford
Year consecrated 1868
Ecclesiastical or organizational status Parish church
Architectural description
Architect(s) E. W. Pugin
Architectural type church
Architectural style Gothic Revival
Completed 1868
Construction cost £25,000
Materials Rock faced stone, slate roof

All Saints' Church is a Roman Catholic church in Urmston, Greater Manchester, England, on Redclyffe Road (grid reference SJ76649741), close to the Manchester Ship Canal. The church was constructed between 1867 and 1868 and was designed by E. W. Pugin in the Gothic Revival style for Sir Humphrey de Trafford.[1][2] The church is a Grade I listed building and considered to be an example of Pugin’s best work.[1]

Fittings and furniture

Western end of the church

The church has timber pews, stained glass and gargoyles. There is a carved stone altar and reredos. The church also contains a painting depicting E. W. Pugin with a plan of the church.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b c "All Saints' Church". Images of England. Archived from the original on 26 December 2007. Retrieved 2008-01-03.
  2. ^ "All Saints' Church". Retrieved 2008-01-03.

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