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Cambridge Road, Servia Road junction, former Church of the Holy Name

Cambridge Road, Servia Road junction, former Church of the Holy Name
1970. View from Woodhouse Street of the former Church of the Holy Name at the junction of Cambridge Road (left) and Servia Road (right). The church, built in 1881 to the designs of Chorley and Cannon, had closed by this time and the building was being used as a warehouse. It has since been demolished.

User Comments:

Mary Fisher

We lived in the Servias, at the bottom of Cambridge Road, and I went to Sunday School on Sunday afternoons at the Church of the Holy Name, in the 1940s. It never looked like a church either from outside (I never saw the steeple!) nor from the inside - Sunday School was in what must have been a schoolroom or large hall.It had either forms of rows of chairs and perhaps a platform. We worshiped at All Souls, Blackman Lane, and I went to Brownies there so don't know why I didn't go to Sunday School there too. When you're five or six you don't ask.




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