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St James

St James

It is planned that from 2019 the church will be left open during the day, but in the meantime the key is available from the churchwarden, Andrew Kempton on 01332 799217, or the rector, Tony Luke on 01332 792658.

Shardlow, Derbyshire | DE72 2GP

A rare attractive example of an inland canal port, it became important after the opening of the Trent and Mersey canal in 1777 and quickly developed into the largest inland canal port in the country.

Saltaire United Reformed Church

Saltaire United Reformed Church

From Easter to the end of September the church is opened by volunteers, subject to their availability, every afternoon from 2pm to 4pm.

Saltaire, Yorkshire | BD18 3LF

‘A Cathedral of Congregationalism’.

St James & St Paul

St James & St Paul

We are well aware that we have a very special building in a wonderful place and we ensure that the church is open in daylight hours so as many as possible can see it.

Marton, Cheshire | SK11 9HE

With a founding date of 1343, Marton's church just pips Lower Peover to the post to make it possibly the oldest timber framed church of its kind in Europe.

St Clement with St Matthias

See contact details below to arrange a visit.

Lower Broughton, Greater Manchester | M8 9TZ

The church is an interesting and attractive example of late 1950s architecture.

St James The Great

St James The Great

During normal times services are held at: Sunday 11am Holy Communion Wednesday 10am BCP Holy Communion Please see the website for details of opening at other times, or to request access.

Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire | HX7 6DS

St James the Great, with its Bronte and Anne Lister connections is situated in the beautiful Calder Valley, with its literary and industrial heritage.

St Mary

St Mary

Tadcaster church is open daily from about 10am until 4pm, Monday to Saturday.

Tadcaster, Yorkshire | LS24 9BL

Remains from the church’s early life and history can be seen just inside the church, there are fragments from a Saxon cross, an ancient gravestone with scissor markings, as well as remains from a Norman arch and some ancient stained glass from the medieval church.

Salford Cathedral

Salford Cathedral

Mass and arranged times only.

Salford, Lancashire | M3 5LL

It is a classic Gothic building from the mid 1800s, with a lot of stained glass, a lovely east window, and a very special War Chapel.

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St Edmund

Appointment only.

Spital in the Street, Lincolnshire | LN8 2AU

Chapel that stands on ancient lands of the Duchy of Cornwall and has the status of a 'Royal Free Chapel', the dedication of the chapel to St Edmund who was killed in 870 suggests a possible Saxon origin.

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If feeling the earth beneath your boots or bike is your thing, you are in for a treat!

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Pedals & Pipes

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Mozart called it ‘the King of Instruments’. Discover fascinating church organs, with an intro by Huw Edwards.

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