Building Name

St Saviour’s Church of England Schools, Ringley

1871 - 1873
Fold Road
Ringley, Bolton
GMCA, England
New Build

RINGLEY- New Church of England schools at Ringley have been opened. The style of the new building is Gothic. The materials of the construction are bricks, with stock brick facings and stone dressings. The walls of the rooms internally are tinted in two colours with stencil ornaments. The timbers of the large rooms are pitch pine, varnished, as is all the joiner's work throughout. The site occupied for the schools and playground comprises half an acre and has been given by Lord Derby. The masonry and brickwork have been done by Messrs J and S Hall of Bury; the joiner's work is by Mr J Allen of Radcliffe; the slating is by Mr P Murphy of Bury and the plumbing, gas fitting, plastering etc were executed by Messrs Leach & Son of Bury. The architects are Messrs Maxwell and Tuke of Bury. [Builder 15 March 1873 Page 213]

Reference    Manchester Guardian Saturday 20 May 1871 Page 8 (Contracts)
Reference    Manchester Guardian Tuesday 23 May 1871 Page 1 (Contracts)
Reference    Builder 15 March 1873 Page 213
Reference    Building News 14 March 1873 Page 319