John Brooke

Place of Birth

Buildings and Designs

Building Name District Town/City County Country
Two Entrance Lodges: Queens Park Victoria Avenue Crewe   Crewe  Cheshire  England
"Normanby" Bonville Road Bowdon Cheshire   Bowdon  GMCA  England
Albion Congregational Church Stamford Street Ashton‑under‑Lyne   Ashton-under-Lyne  GMCA  England
Stanway Manor Farmstead near Rushbury   Rushbury  Shropshire  England
New Entrance Lodge and Gateway Welbeck Abbey Welbeck  Worksop  Nottinghamshire  England
“Edinscourt” Disley Cheshire   Disley  Cheshire  England
“Woodend” Homestead Road Disley   Disley  Cheshire  England
The Old Croft Legh Road Knutsford   Knutsford  Cheshire  England
Edmund Heuer House Bowdon   Bowdon  GMCA  England
The Godfrey Ermen Home of Rest for the Blind Roe Lane Southport   Southport  Merseyside  England
St Chad’s Church: Handforth Cheshire Handforth  Wilmslow  Cheshire  England
Chancel Christ Church Crewe   Crewe  Cheshire  England
Deansgate Arcade Deansgate Manchester Central  Manchester  GMCA  England
St. George's Vicarage Mossley   Mossley  GMCA  England
Ollerton Grange Ollerton Cheshire   Ollerton  Cheshire  England
Diocesan Church House; 90 Deansgate, Manchester. Central  Manchester  GMCA  England
Almshouses, Wellbeck   Worksop  Nottinghamshire  England
Crewdson House, Disley, Cheshire   Disley  Cheshire  England
Orphanage, Crewe   Crewe  Cheshire  England
Parish-Room and Schools in connection with St. Barnabas's Church, Crewe   Crewe  Cheshire  England
Clock Tower: Queens Park, Victoria Avenue, Crewe   Crewe  Cheshire  England
Church of St Peter, Earle Street, Crewe   Crewe  Cheshire  England


Name Designation Formed Dissolved Location
Corbett Sons and Brooke Architectural practice 1876 1881 Manchester
Hall and Brooke joint architects 1908 1909 London Manchester
Brooke and Elcock Architectural practice 1912 1914 Manchester
Colley and Brooke Architectural Practice 1881 1884 Manchester