St Cuthbert's Church, Winson Green facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSt Cuthbert’s Church, Winson Green
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Consecrated||19 March 1872|
|Architect(s)||Bateman and Corser|
St Cuthbert’s Church, Winson Green is a former Church of England parish church in Birmingham.
The church was started in 1863 as a mission from All Saints' Church, Hockley. Eventually funds were raised for a church building and it was designed by Bateman and Corser. It was consecrated on 24 October 1860 Part of the parish was taken to form a new parish of Bishop Latimer Memorial Church, Winson Green in 1904.
The church was hit by a bomb during the Second World War and despite reopening, did not last long. It was closed in 1960 and demolished in 1964. The church hall survives and is used as a Bengali community centre.
The parish was assigned back to Christ Church, Summerfield.
The organ was installed by Bishop, Starr & Richardson. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.
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