Church of England Diocese of Liverpool Haigh and Aspull Saint David

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

There are toilet facilities in the Parish Hall however access may be limited owing to steps.
Please contact the webmaster for details

There are disabled toilet facilities in the Parish Hall however access may be limited owing to steps.
Please contact the webmaster for details.

The main body of the church is accessible to all, there are steps up to the altar rail.

Hearing (induction) Loop
Large Print
Assistance Dogs
Dementia Aware / Accessible

Our Building

Built in 1833 by Thomas Rickman with the addition of a chancel and vestries in 1876.
A Lych Gate was added around 1909 and the baptistery is a memorial to the four sons
of the late Revd Charles Henry James, Vicar of Haigh, who were all killed in the 1914/18 war.


Music and Worship


Groups, Courses and Activities

Every Wednesday in the Parish Hall 6.00 to 7.30pm

First Wednesday each month 7.30pm


Help for Visitors


Other Features

Conservation Area

The Parish Hall is available for hire to small groups and comprises two rooms with toilets and kitchen.
Access involves steps. Please contact the web master for details