The Churches of Britain and Ireland

Heaton Norris, Stockport, Greater Manchester

Heaton Norris on Wikipedia.

All Saints, on Manchester Rd. Interior view. SJ 887 920. Both Mike Berrell.

Bethesda Chapel, on Manchester Road. Founded as Primitive Methodist in 1890, now closed. SJ 887 920. Mike Berrell.

The former Christ Church (mostly demolished), on Wellington Road North and Church Road. SJ 889 909. Mike Berrell. Hoard Richter advises that the building dates from the mid 1840's, was declared redundant in 1973, and, following a fire in 1977, partly demolished. The remains are in the care of the Church Conservation trust. Link. Grade II listed.

Christadelphian Meeting Room on Dodge Hill and Roman Road. SJ 894 908. Mike Berrell. Another view. Len Brankin.

St. Mary (R.C.) on Roman Road. SJ 894 908. Mike Berrell. Two interior views - 1, 2, both Mike Berrell (2011). A news item on proposed church closures.

Salvation Army hall on Short Street. SJ 892 911. Rob Brettle. A photo taken in 2010, showing a new board, and the church is now called Heaton Norris Community Church (Salvation Army). Mike Berrell (2010).

Stockport Christian Spiritualist Church, on Old Road. Inside view. SJ 894 908. Both Mike Berrell. Link.

Wycliffe Congregational Church, on Wellington Road North. Interior view, and another. SJ 889 906. All Mike Berrell.




04 March 2023

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