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© Mr J J Sheridan LRPS

IoE Number: 217056
Photographer: Mr J J Sheridan LRPS
Date Photographed: 15 June 2003
Date listed: 08 July 1982
Date of last amendment: 19 January 1983
Grade II

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In the entry for THE FORDROUGH 8/7 Bordesley Green B25 Church of St Cyprian and St Chad The address shall be amended to read THE FORDROUGH Hay Mills B2 Church of St Cyprian and St Chad ------------------------------------ THE FORDROUGH 1. 5104 Bordesley Green B25 Church of St Cyprian and St Chad SP 18 NW 8/7 II 2. Built by James Horsfall, mill owner, and at the entrance to his factory (now Webster and Horsfall Limited). 1873-4, by Martin and Chamberlain. Red brick with a minimum use of black brick and stone dressings; tile roof. Nave with big plate tracery clerestory windows and low, narrow aisles whose bays are demarcated each by buttresses and a single lancet window, a SW porch tower with slated broach spire with 2 tiers of lucarnes, and the SE Horsfall mortuary chapel. In the tympanum above the entrance, a sculpture of the transfiguration or perhaps the Ascension. Inside, a set of excellent stained glass windows and the font, a white marble angel holding a large shell, by S Ruddock, and the monument, too, of Horsfall's daughter, Mrs Mary Sims + 1897.

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