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Christ Church, Cotmanhay.

Christ Church - formerly on Church Street, Cotmanhay.
The Parish of Cotmanhay was formed in 1845, partly out of the parish of Ilkeston and embracing Shipley.
The church was erected in 1848, at a cost of £2,600, raised by subscription and from Government grants. The Duke of Rutland also donated £200 and the site.
It was a stone building in the Early English style with lancet windows. Other features of note were a 'Kempe' window, a richly painted and gilded triptych and linenfold panels in the sanctuary and a wrought iron choir screen. Demolished in 1983 after it was discovered that mining subsidence had caused serious structural damage.
(Photograph - courtesy of Erewash Museum)


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