Bridge End Congregational Church, Brighouse

They loved churches and chapels in these parts. In the nineteenth century, every street corner or half-empty plot became potentially sacred ground - if it hadn't been occupied by a beerhouse already. The churches and chapels they built were often grand affairs, signalling piety without recourse to subtlety. ¬†And when the praying stopped, other uses … Continue reading Bridge End Congregational Church, Brighouse