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St Clement, Willbutts Lane

St Clement, Willbutts Lane, Spotland, Rochdale, Lancashire OL11 5BE View on map

Designed by architect Lewis Vulliamy, completed in 1835, one of the 'Million Act’ churches funded by Parliament. James Manock, Chartist and one of the original members of the Rochdale Pioneers who founded the Co-operative Movement, is buried in an unmarked grave in the churchyard. The main door leads to the Community Hall completed in 2003 and used for many different community groups and events.


Opening Arrangements

Friday 15th January 1pm - 4pm; Friday 19th February 1pm - 4pm; Friday 18th March 1pm - 4pm; Friday 15th April 1pm - 4pm; Friday 20th May 1pm - 4pm; Friday 17th June 1pm - 4pm; Friday 15th July 1pm - 4pm; Friday 16th September 1pm - 4pm; Friday 21st October 1pm - 4pm. Sunday 10.45am - 11.15am and 12.15pm - 1pm. Tuesday 6.40pm - 7pm ( except Tuesday after Easter and Christmas). May 3rd 10am - 3pm. June 15th 10am - 3pm. Monday in May, June, July, August 9am - 11am.


On Willbutts Lane, near junction with A680 Edenfield Road, approximately 1 mile from Rochdale town centre. Rail: Rochdale (1¼ miles). Bus: No's 444, 443, 436, 437, 438 and 468 from Rochdale Bus station. Very close to Rochdale Athletic Football Ground.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

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