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Church of St. Michael and All Angels


Church of St. Michael and All Angels
St. Michael's Church


Structure in General

existing [completed]


  • The current church dates from the early 15th century, replacing earlier churches which hark back to the Saxon era.
  • The church is Perpendicular in style.
  • With almost 3,000 pipes, the organ of 1845 was England's largest parish church organ at the time of installation.
  • St. Michael's is home to some of the best 15th century stained glass in Britain.
  • The tower houses a peal of 13 bells.
  • The roof features bosses of 15th century Royal Badges and shields of the Assheton family who funded the church's construction.
  • St. Michael's is the parish church for Ashton-under-Lyne.
  • The church is Grade I listed.

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Church Street
United Kingdom

Technical Data

139.00 ft
139.00 ft

Involved Companies

John Huntington
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