St Cuthbert's Church
About St Cuthbert's Church
St Cuthbert's Church (on the right-hand side) which was completed in l858 by Sir George Gilbert Scott, the leading architect of the Gothic Revival. who could count the Albert Memorial, St Pancras Station and Glasgow University among the l,000 buildings he designed. The church contains fine stained glass windows, one of which commemorates the Duke of Buccleuch, who paid for the building. The chancel screen was designed by the architect Sir Robert Lon'mer. Beside the church is the former rectory, which is now private housing.