Closed Churches Available for Disposal

Bacup St John

This Grade II listed former church dates from 1882-3 and is built of local stone under a scissor-braced roof covered with slate. The interior of the church features a lofty nave as well as basement rooms with stone-vaulted ceilings. The building is situated on an elevated site at the heart of Bacup town centre, offering 7328 sq.ft. of internal floor space.

The local authority has indicated that it would prefer to see the premises used for leisure, recreation or retail facilities, although residential conversion would also be considered.

Offers in the region of £100,000 are invited.

Manchester

Bacup, Lancashire

Bacup St John

SD 8623

Contact details

Mr Peter Townley, Dunlop Heywood

The Chambers, 13 Police Street, Manchester

M2 7LQ

0161 817 4840

peter.townley@dunlopheywood.com