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How lucky we are to have this ancient building in our town. So much to see! I could go every week & find something new. My Granddaughter loves it, knows where the archers sharpened their arrows...a great place to bring history alive to children. The...More
We got married here last year. It is an absolutely beautiful church with a great team working there. They have masses that are great for young children and adults alike. The church is set in really nice grounds which are great to have a stroll...More
This church is beautiful, reaped in history, I believe has had Robin Hood there at some time, hence the Middleton Archer and the surrounding local pubs with similar names. there was a passage from the church to one of the buildings round there, but I...More
This church is unique in that has a rare wooden bell tower. It's listed status is assured. St. Leonard's occupies an elevated position above the beautiful Jubilee Gardens, which has an ornate bandstand and is stunning when the cherry trees are in blossom. This area...More
The beautiful and historic church of St. Leonard's Middleton standing proudly above jubilee park middleton , a true gem in a town with many buildings of interest it's like stepping back in time apart form the dreadful pull down screen and the band equipment laying...More
I had heard about the historical Flodden stained glass window dedicated by Sir Richard Assheton on a tv programme and as I don't live too far away we decided to have a trip to the church. The volunteers at visiting time Friday 1-4pm were very...More
Well worth a walk round. Visit the grave yard also as it is so old and tells it's own story. Samuel Bamford is buried there and you will find that in the top corner. The church is situated at quite a high point of Middleton,...More
Middleton is an ancient Parish and has amazing architecture. Just outside the boundaries of the dominating Manchester Parish it has an independent history of its own. A must visit for those interested in English Parish Churches.
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Hi, although l am from Rochdale years ago l cannot answer your query. I think there might be a notice pinned somewhere in case the church is locked. You can summon someone to let you in. They are the person to put your... More
Hi, although l am from Rochdale years ago l cannot answer your query. I think there might be a notice pinned somewhere in case the church is locked. You can summon someone to let you in. They are the person to put your questions to. I wish you every success with your quest.