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St Ann's Church, Manchester (1,189 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article

is in the Italian palazzo style. It was built in 1848 for Benjamin Heywood's bank by J. E. Gregan. In the square there are two statues; the statue of
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money handling organisations and banking facilities. In 1772, Arthur Heywood's Bank opened in Manchester, but the money was transferred daily via coach
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Street (Grade II*) Norwich Union Building, Castle Street (Grade II) Heywood's Bank, Brunswick Street (Grade II) Hargreaves Building, Chapel Street (Grade
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Parr House with warehouse behind, 26 Colquitt Street 1799; Grade II) Heywood's Bank, 5 Brunswick Street (1798–1800; Grade II) one of the earliest purpose-built