Parish Church of St Anne

Church of St Anne, St Anne's Road, Haughton
This church was built in 1881/82 under the patronage of Joseph Sidebotham (1824-85), of Bowden, Cheshire, and formerly of the Strines Printing Company. The architects were Messrs Medland and Henry Taylor of Manchester who were James Medland Taylor (aka Medland, 1834-1909) and Henry Medland Taylor (aka Henry, 1837-1916). It is brick built with a tile roof and is cruciform in plan with a crossing tower. It is notable for its interior which has outstanding craftsmanship in stone, glass, ceramics (mosaics) and iron. The glass is by Heaton Butler and Bayne and the mosaics are by Salviati & Co of Venice.

Church of St Anne, 24 July 2005.

Conservation Area of Special Interest
St Anne's Church, Haughton, was designated a Conservation Area, under the Civic Amenities Act 1967, Chapter 69, on the 25 March 1992.

This area comprises the Parish Church of St Anne and associated buildings within its grounds. It is bounded by St Anne’s Drive to the north, Nasmyth Avenue to the east, the slip road to the M67 to the south and St Anne’s Road to the west. Post Code: M34 3EF.

The Church of St Anne was listed as Grade II* on the 20 July 1977 but has since been elevated to Grade I, List Entry No. 1309251, National Grid Reference: SJ 932285 95611.

St Anne’s Rectory was listed as Grade II* on the 20 July 1977, List Entry No. 1067970, National Grid Reference: SJ 93317 95632.

The Lychgate and churchyard wall to St Anne’s Church and Rectory was listed as Grade II on the 20 July 1977, List Entry No. 1356487.