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Edward Pugin, one of the leading architects of the day and whose father Augustus was the architect for the Houses of Parliament, was commissioned to design and build the imposing church and friary on Gorton Lane by the Franciscans in 1863. The...more
decides to visit as we had tie to kill and the it was free to enter. What a lovely and interesting place this is. Do ask the guides about the stolen statues - incredible. Café nice and vegan options available but cake dry and a...More
We went to the wellbeing event at the end of June. There where a varied selection of people promoting there businesses. People offering healing etc. The lady playing the harp and singing was out of this world. The energy was transformed. When you go look...More
The monastery is such a lovely building. The way that it has been restored is stunning. It has a modern feel but they have kept its character and charm. The tea room is lovely and the staff are also friendly.
What a transformation and a credit to all the people who have made it happen. Well worth a visit for a couple of hours and glad to see it is being used for community purposes as well. Staff very friendly. One word of warning check...More
A big disappointment when visited, the place was hired for a private party and the main hall was closed for visitors. Tried to get permission to visit but our request was rejected. The staff are friendly and helpful .
This venue is amazing for all sorts of events. It is amazing for weddings to awards dinners. I have had the privilege to attend a few events here and each time the venue takes my breathe away.
The staff are always fabulous as well as...More