Sefton Park

In November 1866 the Liverpool corporation announc..

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St Agnes' Field

This play area on St Agnes Field was designed by T..

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St. Agnes and St. Pancras Anglican Church

Based in a fascinating Grade 1 listed building, th..

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Greenbank Synagogue

Greenbank Synagogue in Greenbank Lane is just outs..

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Quaker Burial Ground

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St Clare's R.C.

A Grade I listed church, the exterior of common brick with stone dressings and octagonal turret with slender spiralet. Dating from 1888-90, this is an early work of Leonard Stokes (1858-1925), who was to become one of the most original British Architects of the early twentieth century.

The presbytery (Grade II listed) has been described as 'memorable' and 'a masterpiece'.

St Clare's was built at the expense of the brothers Francis and James Reynolds. The former was Stoke's godfather.

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