Calry Parish

Calry is an 1823 Church built by local architect Henry Lynch to designs of acclaimed church architect Joseph Welland.


The extension provides a link from the existing Church to the new community facility, which includes the redevelopment of the vaulted under buildings of the Church. This will provide meeting rooms, creche, social/cafeteria area and offices used for pre-school and after school facilities for children ranging from 3-5 years and 5-11 years.

As the existing church is a protected structure, the additions and redevelopment of the underbuilding had to be handled in a sympathetic yet imaginative manner to allow the new facility to harmonise with its surroundings to provide a much needed community facility.

© 2020 by Tate Stevenson Architects Ltd.

Ongoing Projects in Moira, Lisburn and Craigavon

Unit 1, Rawdon Court,

Main St, Moira, Co. Down

BT67 0LP

Tel: 02892 611222

Email: studio@tatestevenson.com

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