This was a Commissioner Church, built at a cost of £6,619, between 1852-4. It had 460 pews and 540 free seats. The builders were Broadbent and Hawley and it has a north-east tower, originally with a spire, geometric tracery and was an early example of ‘constructional polychromy’. Pevsner says the ‘interior [is] of no interest’. It was converted into flats in the late 1980s.