(6) All Saints Church

Cheadle Hulme became a separate parish in 1868. The church was built in 1862-3, and enlarged in 1878 and again in 1898.

The original spire was destroyed in a storm in 1894.

Once standing amongst open fields the current church is now completely surrounded by shops and houses and busy traffic on Church Road.

Church Road (formerly Church Lane) also features the Church Inn, Vicarage, Parish rooms, All Saints Church Hall, Cheadle Hulme School and a number of good old fashioned shops including suppliers of newspapers, alcohol, sandwiches, and housewares. The latter (Snapes) still competes well with the major hardware megastores.




All Saints Church (c1880)

All Saints Church in the late 1800s. (W^). Hill Top Avenue does not yet exist. Also see below, a view from Church Lane about 1905 showing the National School left of centre. (NW^)

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Church Road
All Saints Vicarage and Church Road (1905) (N^)

All Saints Church 1999
All Saints Church, Church Road 1999  (N^)

Noticeborad 1999
Church Noticeboard 1999

Ann Roylance Watercolour 1999

Watercolour by Ann Roylance, 1999.