Willaston - St Joseph

Church built in the 1950s, of no special interest.

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Winstanley - St Aidan

Functional modern church of no discernible architectural interest.

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Woodvale - St John Stone

The church is built to a fan-shaped plan providing for an intimate worship space within a broadly traditional external treatment.

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Woolton - St Mary

 St Mary’s Church and its ancillary buildings form an attractive group at the heart of the Woolton Conservation Area. Whilst the church itself is of not of high architectural quality, it gains interest from its furnishings and decoration, and from its fine setting.

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Worsley Mesnes - St Jude

Mid 1960s church by L.A.G. Prichard, with a fan shaped plan. While perhaps externally unprepossessing (although the circular baptistery is a  landmark  on  the  corner),  the  church  is  notable  above  all  for  the quality and completeness of its internal fitting out, including abstract dalle de verre stained glass by Robin Riley and a mosaic over the altar by Hans Unger and Eberhard Schulze.

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Wrightington - St Joseph

St Joseph is a large and striking building which represents a characterful late 19th  century design and a monument of some power. Built from the designs of James Sinnott by Charles Clifton Dicconson, whose family had long recusant associations with Wrightington.

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