The Churches of Britain and Ireland
|Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester
Churches in Cockbrook.
Albion U.R.C. on Stamford Street. SJ 943 990. Interior view. Both © Mike Berrell. The following drawings of previous churches were photographed by Mike Berrell, and reproduced here by kind permission of the church. The Old Chapel on Harrop's Yard (1793 - 1816). The Refuge on Albion Street (1816 - 1835). Albion Chapel (1835 - 1895). Link.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on Patterdale Road. SD 930 001. © Mike Berrell.
The former Fairbottom Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, on Alt Hill Lane, Alt Hill. Being renovated for secular use. SD 940 019. © Mike Berrell.
Hamja Mosque, on Mowbray Street and Katherine Street (under construction, February 2007). SD 931 988. © Mike Berrell. Mike has advised (2016) that this is now known as Masjid Hamza (Deobandi).
Independent Methodist Church (1877) on Wellington Road. Interior view. The chapel is almost unused now, because access is via a steep flight of stairs; the congregation now normally meets in a room on the ground floor. SJ 938 994. Both © Mike Berrell. This photo, taken by Mike Berrell of a photo on display in the church, and reproduced by kind permission of the church, shows the congregation gathered outside on the pavement. The caption (not included here) is quite difficult to read, but judging by the clothes, the photo must date from Victorian times.
Jame' Mosque and Islamic Centre (Bangladeshi) on Cavendish Street. SJ 934 992. © Mike Berrell (2016).
Jamia Al-Nur Mosque and Islamic Centre (Sufi-Bareilawi) on Trafalgar Square. SJ 9299 9813. © Mike Berrell (2016).
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, on Mossley Road. SJ 949 996. © Mike Berrell.
Markazi Jamia Mosque on Newton Street. SJ 941 992. © Mike Berrell.
Masjid Hamza (Deobandi) on Katherine Street. SJ 9297 9883. © Mike Berrell (2016).
The former Methodist New Connexion Chapel on Stamford Street. Now granted planning permission for conversion into flats. SD 937 988. Its (now derelict) Sunday School, dated 1877, stands nearby on Mill Lane. Both © Mike Berrell.
Of the New Christian Israelite Church, only a gatehouse (one of four originally) survives, on Park Square, Mossley Road. Founded by the eccentric John Wroe, a plaque commemorates him. Currently in use as offices, it has previously been a pub (The Odd Whim) and a hotel. SD 9550 9996. Both © Mike Berrell (2014). Article on John Wroe and his church here, and on the church here.
St Michael and All Angels on Church Street. SJ 941 990. © Paul Brown. Another view. © Mike Berrell. Three interiors of this fine church - 1, 2, 3. The list of rectors commences in 1262. All © Mike Berrell (2015). Link. Grade I listed.
Salvation Army Hall. © Rob Brettle.
Tameside General Hospital on Fountain Street has a Multi-faith Chapel in Ladysmith Building. Interior view. Arrows point to Jerusalem (left) and Mecca (right). Dedication plaque. SJ 953 995. All © Mike Berrell (2010).
West End Methodist Church, on Trafalgar Square. Previously the Methodist New Connexion Chapel (demolished). SD 929 981. © Mike Berrell.
17 February 2018
© Steve Bulman