St Ann's Church

Established in 1709 and consecrated in 1712, this church is an excellent example of a Renaissance style Church but with surprisingly sober and austere architecture. The plastered ceilings are bordered with moulding and inside the Virgin chapel you can see a Queen Anne style high altar, which was donated by the Church's founder, lady Ann Bland.

Useful information

Address : 

St Ann's, M2 7LF Manchester

Opening hours

Tue-Sat 10am-5pm

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