Salford

The Diocese of Salford has 184 churches (as of 2014). The cathedral is in Salford and is dedicated to St John the Evangelist. The Diocese of Salford is a relatively small geographical area in the north west of England, extending to the north into Lancashire, west towards Liverpool, south towards northern Cheshire and east towards the Pennines.

Bolton – St Edmund

One of the earliest surviving churches in the Bolton Deanery and an interesting and now relatively rare example of the... Read More

Bolton – St Ethelbert

A simple but well appointed building of 1958-9 in Romanesque style, with a tall campanile. The church has a calm... Read More

Bolton – St James the Great

A simple building which started life in 1954 as a school. Although it has no special architectural interest, it has... Read More

Bolton – St Joseph

The church was built in 1898-1900 in a densely built-up area of industry and workers’ housing. It occupies a corner... Read More

Bolton – St Osmund

Dating from 1960-61 and one of a number of churches built in the Bolton Deanery to serve the expanding suburbs of the... Read More

Bolton – St Patrick

Although small in scale, the church of St Patrick is a landmark within the area. It dates from 1861, and with its... Read More

Bolton – St Thomas of Canterbury

A large church designed by Greenhalgh & Williams and built in 1956-8. The sloping site was used to advantage by... Read More

Bolton – St Vincent de Paul

A modest design of the 1980s, not of special architectural interest. It has undergone few changes since it was built,... Read More

Bolton – St William of York

A sizeable church designed by Greenhalgh & Williams and built in 1953-4. The architects used their trademark portal... Read More

Bolton – The Holy Infant and St Anthony

An attractive small church in a late Victorian Gothic style. The interior with its hammerbeam roof is unexpectedly... Read More

Bradford – St Brigid

A modest post-Vatican II church with an attractive exterior mosaic and interior furnishings from closed or demolished... Read More

Bromley Cross – St John the Evangelist

An interesting modern design of 1966-7, reflecting the new liturgy of the Second Vatican Council. The centralised high... Read More

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