“The design which is now illustrated differs materially from the one submitted in competition, both with regard to the plan and also as regards cost. The walls of the church will be faced both externally and internally with red brick, with stone dressings to windows, arcades, &c. ; the nave columns will be in red Mansfield stone. The chancel will be groined in brick with stone ribs ; the other portion of the church will have open-timbered roofs. The architects are Messrs. Harnor and Waters, of No. 8, John-street, Adelphi, London.” Published in The Building News, April 1 1881.