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Annex external elevations



The external walls of the church annex are a combination of natural stone to match the church and toughened double glazing to provide natural light.

Some of the stone will be reclaimed from the demolished vicars vestry, with the rest being sourced from quarries with appropriate types of  stone.

The dressed wall stone will come from the Bridestone Quarry in Congleton.

Window surrounds will come from the Hollington Quarry in Staffordshire.

Stone roof tiles matching the church will be sourced from Ladycross Quarry in Hexham, Northumberland.

The churchyard drops away towards the east and north and below the dressed stone walls dry stone banks will be constructed using a mixture of stones reclaimed from the vestry and new stone from the various quarries.

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Annex external elevations