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St John the Baptist, Carrhill Road

St John the Baptist, Carrhill Road, Roughtown, Mossley, Tameside, Greater Manchester OL5 0VL View on map

Built 1878 in Early Decorated style by architects Wild and Collins. Built of Yorkshire stone. Stained glass in east window and bells in tower added early 20th century. Stone pulpit and font. Carved oak reredos forms War Memorial. Small memorial chapel.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Opening times Sunday 10am - 1pm. Other opening times by prior arrangement.

Directions

A670, on the corner of Stockport Road and Carhill Road. Rail: Mossley (approximately 1 mile). Bus: No 353 from Ashton to Carrcote stops at the railway station and church.

Parking Spaces

20

Disabled Access

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

WC

Yes