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Stop using St. Cuthberts Cross on the same page as they are not connected. The church and the cross are half a mile apart. St Cuthbert never came anywhere near Lytham living or dead St Cuthbert was Anglican if anything and the church is Methodist....More
The actual outside has dark red brick with sandstone dressings making it rather attractive in appearance. The architecture is lovely inside with the tower housing a ring of eight bells, hung in a wooden frame. As well as the graveyard there is a sandstone pedestal...More
Beautiful church and sacred space . A delight welcoming and friendly place of worship .community fridge open to anyone , just help yourself . Giving and taking food through donations , to avoid food waste .
This is a rather biased review as we were married at St Cuthberts 40 years ago so it holds a special place in our hearts . Lovely church , large interesting graveyard and church hall next door. The picture of the cross is not actually...More
This is one of the most beautiful Churches in the Fylde, the architecture is beautiful with a tall and well kept bell tower, stunning and well kept original stained glass windows, a wonderful full pipe organ, llarge interior and well kept large exterior grave yard....More
This is a church that perhaps lacks the character in terms of design of some other churches in the area though unlike some others isn't open when unattended. That said there were signs advising that the 'roof is alarmed' so clearly there are challenges here...More