This stunning 18th century St Ann’s Church is the third oldest building in Manchester city centre. Designed by architect John Barker, the church is built in the Renaissance style, typical of Sir Christopher Wren. It features original wrought iron work by Robert Bakewell, and the original 1712 pulpit, altar and font.
More info about St Ann’s Church:
- Address: St Ann Street, Manchester, M2 7LF
- Website: www.stannsmanchester.com
- St Ann’s would like to welcome everyone to their Church and strive to ensure they are fully inclusive. If you have any questions or requests prior to visiting the Church please head to the Contact Us page on their website
- There are level tarmac paths to the Church from St Annes Road East and Headroomgate Road. The path from Headroomgate Road (opposite the Parish Rooms) is lit if you are visiting after dark. There are disabled parking spaces on the north side of the Church, which can be accessed from the entrance by the traffic lights at the junction of Church Road and St Annes Road East. There is level access to the main entrance to Church which is wheelchair accessible. Level access is also available at the north door (opposite Heyhouses Infant School).
- Manchester Jazz Festival would like all of our guests to feel welcome in our city and at our partner venues so therefore please feel free to contact our audience specialist Aiyisha, (email@example.com) regarding our piano trail, opening weekend and just generally getting around the city. We will also have a whole host of volunteers who will be happy to support you.