A vote has been taken to demolish Cregagh Presbyterian Church, Belfast. The congregation was started in 1903 by Rev. Dr. David Stewart and the present church was built in 1928 in Gothic style. The Rev. W. A. J. Barbour succeeded him in 1944 and refurbished the church in 1963. The building contains a number of important memorials and is an iconic structure in the East Belfast area which must be saved.
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- Northern Ireland Environment Agency
We respectfully request that you make Cregagh Presbyterian Church, Belfast a 'listed building', reversing the decision to demolish this unique component of Belfast's architectural heritage.
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