Nonconformism has created its own architecture. Not always given its due prominence by architectural history, it is now a focus of study. An illustrated Introduction to the architecture of nonconformism has been published by Historic England.
The reredos at Unitarian Church, Wallasey, is one of the finest works, and probably the largest, from the Birkenhead Della Robbia workshop, open from 1894 to 1906. There was an important family connection between the church and pottery.
West Gallery music is name given to the ensemble music played in chapels and churches throughout much of England in the Georgian period. It rapidly fell from favour in Victorian times but has undergone a recent revival as community music making.