Building » Wadebridge – St Michael

Wadebridge – St Michael

Trevanson Street, Wadebridge, Cornwall

Functional post-war building of no architectural or historical interest close to Wadebridge town centre.

From 1926-32 one of the Canons Regular from Bodmin said Mass in the coffee room of the Commercial Hotel, Wadebridge. The Town Hall and the British Legion Hall were also used for this purpose until 1947, when the presentchurchofSt Michaelwas blessed and opened by Bishop Grimshaw on 23 July. The church continues to be served from Bodmin.

The church is an extremely utilitarian blockwork structure with a corrugated asbestos cement sheet clad roof. The interior has not been inspected; the photograph above (taken from the parish website) shows a simple space, seemly but not appearing to contain furnishings of special importance.

Heritage Details

Architect: None

Original Date: 1947

Conservation Area: Yes

Listed Grade: Not Listed