Kidsgrove Town Council invites you to a meeting in the town hall at 7-30pm on Tuesday, June 12th, 2012 to help launch a campaign to Save St. Saviour’s the historic tin church in The Rookery.
Believed to be the second oldest tin church in the world, St. Saviour’s was erected in Butt Lane in 1868 and moved to its present site during 1879.
The church closed last year and the town council wants to re-erect the the building on another site and turn it into a Heritage Centre where students and local people can learn about Kidsgrove’s history.
To achieve its objective, the council needs your help and support. If you want to help Save St. Saviour’s and give Kidsgrove a Heritage Centre please come to the meeting.
Please see the posts tagged Focus on Kidsgrove, St. Saviour’s, The Rookery, Jeanette Allen and Betty Cooper if you would like to know more about Kidsgrove and St. Saviour’s.