St Clement, Groves Street
St Clement, Groves Street, Ordsall, Salford, Greater Manchester M5 3LQ View on map
Built in 1877-8 to the design of Paley & Austin of Lancaster, attached to former vicarage. Fine Doulton tiling to chancel walls with murals depicting religious scenes. Pipe organ with timber casing and carved timber pulpit with stone base.
Monday 10am - 2pm. Tuesday 10am - 6pm. Wednesday 10am - 3pm. Sunday 10am - 12pm
- Open on Heritage Open Day
A57, ½ mile from Lowry and Salford Quays, follow Phoebe Street then Greenwood Terrace. Rail: Salford Crescent (½ mile). Bus: No 53 from Trafford Road.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: No