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St Aidan, Manchester Road

St Aidan, Manchester Road, Sudden, Rochdale, Greater Manchester OL11 3EL View on map

Grade II* listed church built 1913 - 15 by one the leading architects of the period, Temple Lushington Moore, and described as a significant architectural creation. Simple, early gothic style with a high, bright clerestory, open chancel and tower.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

February - December: Wednesday 10am - 1pm; first Saturday of every month 10am - 12noon.

Directions

Approximately 1½ miles from Rochdale town centre, on the junction of A58 Bolton Road and A664 Manchester Road. Rail: Castleton (1 mile). Bus: No 17 (Rochdale - Manchester).

Parking Spaces

10

Bruce Street car park and on street parking

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes