St Robert's Church, Harrogate facts for kids
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St Robert's Church, Harrogate
|53°59′21.64″N 1°32′13.51″W / 53.9893444°N 1.5370861°W|
|Dedication||Our Lady and St. Robert|
|Heritage designation||Grade II|
|Designated||05 January 1995|
Our Lady Immaculate & St Robert's Catholic Church, Harrogate is a parish church in the Roman Catholic Church located in Harrogate. It is a Grade II listed building.
The presbytery dates from 1864. The church dates from 1873 by George Goldie and Charles Edwin Child. The church was opened by Cardinal Henry Edward Manning on 5 June 1873.
The Lady Chapel was added in 1906 by Marten of Leeds. It is built in the Gothic Revival style. The church was consecrated in 1930.
An organ by William Hill was installed in 1899. A specification of that organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.
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