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Christ Church, Cinderhill
52°59′1.01″N 1°11′52.86″W / 52.9836139°N 1.1980167°W / 52.9836139; -1.1980167Coordinates: 52°59′1.01″N 1°11′52.86″W / 52.9836139°N 1.1980167°W / 52.9836139; -1.1980167
Location Nottingham
Country England
Denomination Church of England
History
Dedication Christ Church
Architecture
Heritage designation Grade II listed
Architect(s) Thomas Chambers Hine
Style Gothic Revival
Completed 1856
Construction cost £2,306
Administration
Parish Cinderhill
Deanery Nottingham North
Archdeaconry Nottingham
Diocese Southwell and Nottingham

Christ Church, Cinderhill is a Grade II listed parish church in the Church of England in Radford, Nottingham.

History

The church dates from 1856 and was constructed as a chapel of ease to St. Leodegarius Church, Basford. It was consecrated on 19 June 1856 by Rt. Revd. John Jackson, Bishop of Lincoln. The choir vestry was added in 1902.

The church was built for the miners of John Thomas North’s colliery at Babbington. Thomas Chambers Hine designed the church. The first chaplains were appointed when Cinderhill become a separate District in 1896. In 1929 Christ Church, Cinderhill's official name was changed to ‘The District Chapelry of Christ Church Cinderhill’. The Bishop of Southwell was the Patron.

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