St Mary the Virgin Church, Boston Spa facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSt Mary the Virgin
|The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin|
|Location||Boston Spa, West Yorkshire|
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Dedication||St Mary the Virgin|
|Heritage designation||Grade II listed building|
|Architect(s)||W. H. Parkinson|
|Style||Victorian Gothic Revival|
|Materials||Ashlar magnesian limestone with some sandstone dressinqs|
|Priest(s)||[Priest in charge, The Reverend Nick Morgan]|
|Assistant priest(s)||The Reverend Patricia Anslow]|
The original church on this site (designed by S. Taite) was constructed from 1812 to 1814; this was replaced by the current church, built between 1872 and 1884 by W. H. Parkinson.
The current church was constructed over twelve years from 1872 to 1884, designed by architect W. H. Parkinson. The church has a cruciform plan with a four-bay nave and a tower to the west. The vestry is on the southern side. It is built of ashlar magnesian limestone, although some of the ornamental dressings are of sandstone. The roof is of green slate.
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