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Holy Trinity, Lodge Street

Holy Trinity, Lodge Street, Rochdale, Greater Manchester OL15 9DB View on map

Built 1818-20 by Thomas Taylor of Leeds. Gothic revival chancel of 1894. Fine double hammer beam roof adorned with carved angel minstrels and some notable stained glass attributed to Hardman and Clayton and Bell.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

February - March: Friday 9am - 12noon; Fridays 6.30pm - 9.30pm; 17th March, 21st April, 12th May, 18th August, 1st September, 3rd November: 9am - 2pm; 9th June: 9am - 9pm;14th July 9am - 3pm; 22nd July 12noon - 4pm; 9th November 6.30pm - 10pm; 1st December 9am - 6pm.

Directions

Approximately 3 miles east of Rochdale on the A58 at the junction with the A6033. Rail: Littleborough (¼ mile). Bus: No 589 Rochdale - Burnley, Nos 590 and 528 Rochdale - Halifax.

Parking Spaces

0

On street parking.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes