The Holy Trinity Church Bickerton

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The church above was a lucky find for myself, located in Bickerton, Cheshire it is a grade II listed active Anglican church serving the diocese of Chester, built in 1840 as a chapel to St Malpas, then in 1843 becoming the church for Bickerton, it has a gothic revival style of architecture, red sandston with a slate roof, a small church nearing it’s 200th birthday, a lovely little church and a gem to boot, I decided to photograph this at night to see how different it looked compared to the daytime, I am quite pleased I did as it turned out quite well.

 

 

Castles and churches

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