Thirties landmark church wins lottery funding
One of the better known landmarks of 1930s architecture, the Grade II- listed St Nicholas Church, Burnage, Manchester (1932) has been awarded a grant of £1.1 million by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Described by Pevsner as a 'milestone in the history of modern church architecture' the German Expressionist-inspired church has been a cause for concern for many years.
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