Closed Churches Available for Disposal

Around twenty Church of England church buildings are closed for worship each year. The list shown below gives information about buildings that are available for disposal and are being marketed for a suitable alternative use. Some of these are already under offer, but it may be worth registering an interest with the Diocese or Agent concerned in the event that the current proposed use does not proceed.

Further information about the procedures involved may be found on the closed churches pages on this site.

The Church Commissioners give no warranty as to the accuracy of the description of the property in this list.

ManchesterBacup, LancashireBacup St JohnPeter Townley
ManchesterOn Rishton Lane to the south of Bolton town centre (BL3 2BN)Bolton le Moors St Simon and St JudeLongden and Cook Commercial
ManchesterJust off Bury New Road (A56) close to Great Clowes StreetBroughton St JohnLongden & Cook Commercial
Exeter1.5 miles north of outskirts of City of ExeterCowley St AnthonyToby Perry
DurhamMiddleton St George, Darlington, DL2 1APSt Laurence’s Church, Middleton St GeorgeGSC GRAYS
ManchesterOn St James’ Street in Farnworth, Bolton (BL4 9SJ)New Bury St JamesLongden and Cook Commercial
ManchesterSmallbridge, Rochdale, LancashireSmallbridge St JohnPeter Townley
TruroTregolls Road, Truro TR1 1ZQTruro St PaulMr Duncan Ley
ChichesterAthelstan Road, Hastings TN35 5JEHastings All SoulsOliver Dyer
WorcesterSt Georges Road, Redditch B98 8EERedditch St George the MartyrA. Victor Powell (Chartered Surveyors)
YorkAcklam Road, Thornaby, Stockton-on-Tees, Cleveland TS17 7HBThornaby St LukeGCS Grays (ref Calum Gillhespy)