Places of Historical Significance

St Peter's Church


Glyn Nuttall Ltd was commissioned to illuminate this neo-gothic Victorian church (1887). The focus of the lighting was on the church 90ft tower. Cannon John Roberts commented that "the church should shine forth its light to act as a beacon within the community".

Work undertaken

With the church being built in brick and local red sandstone, a sodium light was the preferred light as it provided the perfect colour rendition.

The tower with its eight bells is the highest point in Liverpool.

The works involved seeking planning permission as the church is in a conservation area.

The type of internal cable was bare copper MICC in-keeping with Church of England specification for the wiring of churches.

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