Friday, 28 July 2017

Scarth Hill Mission

We have driven past this small church on many occasions on the way to Ormskirk and Southport, but as it has grown more and more dilapidated in recent years, I decided that it was time to take some photos before it gets completely overgrown or falls down!

Scarth Hill Mission was opened by the Bishop of Liverpool in July 1896 to serve the people of Ormskirk and Bickerstaffe, and closed in 1975 due to dwindling numbers. It has been offered for sale as a property to be developed as a home but never sold.

It is boarded up so I couldn't gain access to the interior.

Fuji XT2, Fuji 10-24mm lens.

Entrance pathway overgrown

Door and Roses
Entrance View in BW
Overgrown Garden looking up to Belltower
Mission in a blue sky
View from the pathway wall BW

Stained Glass Windows overgrown

Gate and Church
Church handle missing BW

Church and blue sky

View from Poppy Lane to the rear

Overgrown gardens view BW

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