Woodall Memorial Congregational Church, Moorland Road, Burslem

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Date:1950 - 1960 (c.)

Description:Woodall Memorial Congregational Church was built in 1905 and is presently used as a United Reform Church. It has two storeys and is three rooms wide and five rooms deep. The front of the building has two stone pillars on either side that extend to the roof, enclosing two central windows. Decorative stonework runs all the way across the front of the building. The first floor has a decorated stone portrait tablet with the inscription 'Congregational Church, Woodall Memorial'. Set above this inscription is a large, semi-circular casement window inside a stone architrave. Also set in the front of the main building are three stone tablets with the inscriptions: 'Laid by C.W. Carlick Esq. of Wolstanton 5th October 1905'.
'Laid by Councillor S. Gibson of Burslem 5th October 1905'.
'Laid by Corbet Woodall Esq. of London in memory of the late Wm. Woodall'.
The tower of the church is four storeys high. The roof is a decorated copper dome with decorted copper finials. The hallway up the tower has an ornate stone tablet with the date '1905' inscribed.
The boundary wall at the front of the church has red brick gateposts with decorative stone tops.

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