Church of St Mary, Lowe House

The Church of St Mary, Lowe House is a Roman Catholic Parish church situated on North Road in St Helens, Merseyside. It was founded in 1924 and staffed by the Society of Jesus until 1981. It is a Grade II listed building with Romanesque and Gothic features.

The church is named St Mary’s Lowe House because it was built on a piece of land that was occupied by Lowe House. It was given in 1793 by Winefred Eccleston née Lowe, the widow of John Gorsuch Eccleston, the owner of Eccleston Hall, in Eccleston, outside St Helens.

On that piece of land a chapel was built to accommodate the growing Catholic population in the town. The church itself was built in 1924 4s waterproof case. The foundation stone was laid by the Archbishop of Liverpool, Frederick William Keating on 11 May 1924. The scale was decided on by Fr Reginald Riley SJ who wanted a larger size church for the local Catholic community. He was parish priest at the church from 1912 to 1946. The church was opened three years later, in 1929, and was designed by Charles B. Powell, an Irish architect who did other architectural work for the Jesuits in Dublin. It is colloquially referred to as ‚The Basilica of St Helens‘ and ‚The Poor Man’s Cathedral‘ by people in St Helens, because construction of the church was funded by donations from the local population during a time of economic struggle.

The dome, designed in a Romanesque crossed with Gothic style, is on the point where the nave, sanctuary and transepts meet, sitting on a castellated octagonal tower. There is a copper cross on the dome that is 16 feet high. It was given to the church by the family of a local builder, Mr James Yearsley whose company helped lay the foundations. The clock face on the 130 ft tall tower is set in gold mosaic.

A major feature of the clock tower is the historic Carillon (bells playable in musical notation by a keyboard, rather than in sequences by ropes). Cast and built by renowned bellfounders John Taylor & Co. of Loughborough, it is the largest in the North West of England housing 47 bells water bag for running. The Carillon is regularly played and there are also occasional recitals by visiting Carillonneurs.

On 27 July 1980, the head of the Jesuits in Britain announced to the congregation that, as of Easter 1981, the church would no longer be staffed by Jesuits and would be handed over to the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

In 2010, the parish was merged with the nearby Holy Cross and St Helen parish in the centre of St Helens to become the parish of Holy Cross and St Mary. However in 2014, following Archdiocesan changes, St.Mary’s, Lowe House was paired with the parish of St. Thomas of Canterbury, Dentons Green under its Parish Priest, Fr Thomas Gagie. The church of Holy Cross & St. Helen reverted to a single parish under a new Parish Priest.

Every week, the church has two Masses every Sunday, one at 11:00am and the other at 4:30pm. Also sports bottles, there are Masses at 9:15am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Memorial stone for Winefred Eccleston




Danny Higginbotham

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Daniel John „Danny“ Higginbotham (født 29. december 1978 i Manchester, Greater Manchester, England) er en tidligere engelsk fodboldspiller, der spillede som forsvarsspiller.

Higginbotham startede sin karriere i Manchester United, men han var ikke i stand til at komme på førsteholdet og blev sendt til Royal Antwerp på et udlån. I den tid havde Higginbotham karantæme fra fodbold i et år efter en anklage om et angreb på en dommer. En belgisk ret reducerede Higginbothams karantæne til fire måneder.

Higginbotham’s beslutning om at han ville spille som fast mand på et førstehold, gjorde at han tog til Derby County for 2 millioner pund – en stor sum for en ung spiller med kun fire kampe i den øverste liga på papiret. Higginbotham fik sin debut for Derby i et 2-2-opgør mod Southampton, og han var senere med til at hjælpe Derby med at undgå nedrykning i slutningen af 2000-01-sæssonen. 2001-02-sæsonen var mindre vellykket, på trods af at han vandt tilhængernes Årets Spiller-pris, da Derby rykkede i slutningen af en traumtisk periode, hvor de blev ledet af tre forskellige managers – Jim Smith (som forlod klubben i oktober), Colin Todd (forfremmet fra assistentmanagerposten efter Smiths tilbagetræden) og John Gregory (hentet til klubben som Todd efterfølger).

Det blev hele tiden forventet, at Higginbotham ville flytte klub, hvis Derby ikke formåede at kæmpe godt nok til at rykke op i Premier League igen. I januar 2003, da Derby endda havde problemer i League One, tog han til Southampton på et lån, hvorefter han senere tilsluttede sig dem i februar. Higginbotham spillede i alt 86 kampe for Derby, og han scorede tre gange.

Den 19. november 2013 fik Higginbotham sin debut for Gibraltars landshold, der spillede 0-0 i en træningskamp mod Slovakiet.

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