Hollow Croft, Stockbridge Village, Liverpool 28
A characterful post-Vatican II design, built to serve a new housing estate.
The parish of St Albert’s was established in 1966 when the building of the Cantril Farm Estate (now Stockbridge Village) began. Its care was entrusted to the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart. The church was built from designs by John Black of Huddersfield. It is built of white industrial brick and has a fan-shaped plan under a broad pitched-roof and with a round topped bell-tower to one side. Inside, the seating is arranged in a fan shape, with the altar and tabernacle on the main axis.
Amended by AHP 12.01.2021
Architect: John Black
Original Date: 1976
Conservation Area: No
Listed Grade: Not Listed