Churches

Churches

The Ribble Valley has many wonderful historic churches nearby including:

St. Michael’s Church

St. Michaels’s Church at Whitewell
Distance approx 3.5 miles
01200 448 278 – Mrs Elsie Miller – Administrator

St. Hubert’s RC Church

St. Hubert’s Church at Dunsop Bridge
Distance approx 5.5 miles
01200 448231 – Father John Challenor

St. Hubert’s, Dunsop Bridge, lies at the entrance to the beautiful Trough of Bowland. This small but magnificent church was built to the design of Edward Pugin, from, it is believed, the winnings of the racehorse Kettledrum,owned by Col. Towneley, in the 1861 Derby.

St. Helen’s Church

St. Helen’s Church at Waddington
Distance approx 3 miles
01200 422481 – Revd. John Brocklehurst

The church is in the middle of the picturesque village of Waddington and was built largely between 1899 and 1901 although the oldest part of the church is the tower, this has remained unchanged since 1501.

St. Peter’s Church

St. Peter’s Church at Stonyhurst
p.griffiths@stonyhurst.ac.uk

All Hallows’ Church

All Hallow’s Church at Mitton
Distance approx 4 miles
01254 826264 – Revd. Gill Mack

There has been a Church at Mitton since the C12th or even earlier. All Hallows’ is a medieval church of astounding beauty. It was sensitively refurbished in the year 2000 and attracts many visitors from far and wide. It was the first Christian church in the Ribble Valley from which the Good News of Jesus spread. It provides a stunning venue for weddings and offers a wide range of worship, traditional and contemporary. It retains many original features in its architecture. All Hallows’ is a centre for “Healing Streams” a fresh expression of the life of the Christian Church.

Civil Ceremonies

Finally, for civil ceremonies it is vital to check, without delay that the Registrar is available for your preferred date:

Contact the Registrar at the Accrington Register office 0845 0530021.

Independent Celebrant

Louise Burns
www.theceremonycompany.org.uk

 

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Our telephone number is01254 827 160 (Opens call application when possible)