St Werburgh, Chorlton cum Hardy, Church of England
Chorlton cum Hardy
It was founded in 1900.
Prior to the Normandy invasion in 1944, St Werburgh's Church Hall was used as a base for U.S. army legal staff billeted in nearby houses before they went over to Germany with the occupation forces to deal with war crimes etc.
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