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St Andrew, Chadwick Road

St Andrew, Chadwick Road, Eccles, Manchester, Greater Manchester M30 0NZ View on map

A large imposing church built in 1877-9 with interior completed in 1883. The architect, Herbert Edward Tijou, was also responsible for the chapel at Loreto College Manchester. Fine Victorian decorative features of stone carvings, oak panelling and especially the stained glass by Charles Kempe, Shrigley & Hunter and Alfred Hemming.


Opening Arrangements

All year: Friday 9.30am - 12.15pm and 12.45pm - 2.30pm. Except Good Friday.


Junction 2 M602, then 1st exit on roundabout, 1st left into Wellington Road, turn left at lights into Albert Road, right into Peel Street and left into Russell Street. Rail: Eccles (½ mile). Bus: Bus and tram terminal within walking distance.

Parking Spaces


Additional parking at rear of building off Mather Avenue.

Disabled Access

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