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St Luke, York Street

St Luke, York Street, Heywood, Greater Manchester OL10 4NN View on map

Built 1860-1862 and listed Grade II*. Architect, Joseph Clarke. Stone with slate roof, five bay nave with aisles. North west tower with steeple and three bay chancel with hammer-beam roof. Stained glass by Hardmen, Clayton and Bell, Wailes and Capronnier.


Opening Arrangements

Every first and third Saturday of the month 9.30am - 12 noon. Tuesday 2pm - 3pm. Sunday 10.30am - 11.30am. Monday 7.30pm - 9pm. Heritage Open Days: Saturdays 4 hours, Sunday 1.5 hours. Monday during term time 9am - 11am. Christmas Fair. 1940s day in June, and Christmas light switch on on dates to be confirmed. At other times by prior arrangement with key holders. Contact details on notice board.


1¼ miles north of J19, M62. In centre of Heywood on A58 (Bury to Rochdale). Rail: Rochdale (3 miles) and Heywood (½ mile). Bus: routes 471 (Rochdale to Bolton), 163 (Bury to Manchester).

Parking Spaces


Free parking (not owned by church) and on street parking.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes