Information on this page was last updated on 23/07/2018
At Irwell Vale Methodist Church, once you arrive you will be given a warm welcome by the 12 – 20 people who attend Sunday worship. The current church was built in 1893, and has served the spiritual, social and community needs of the locality for more than 100 years. Before 1893 the villagers worshipped in a small church which has since been converted into three dwellings, and renamed Chapel Terrace.
The village of Irwell Vale was built to house the mill workers from the three Mills built on the banks of the river Irwell and Ogden, today however, only one mill survives as a soap works.
The Church has a Tea Room which is open every Sunday from 1 pm serving hot meals and refreshments. The Tea Room can also be opened by special arrangement for walking groups.
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