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Using the building

Many different groups make use of this multi-functional building.  The church is well-known within Rochdale as, most afternoons and evenings, its rooms are hired by a variety of Rochdale interest groups.


Please see information about Room Hire for further details.

Rochdale Stroke Club

Meets: alternate Mondays

Time: 7-9 pm


The Rochdale Stroke Club offers a range of activities, including speakers, games, outings, meals and musical nights  New members are welcome.


Further information: website

Rochdale Budgerigar Society

Meets on the second Monday of the month from 8-10pm.  For further information see the website.

Norden Cards


Meets: every Tuesday except first Tuesday of the month

Time: 1.30-3.30pm.


The group meets to make greeting cards.

Rochdale Philatelic Society


Meets: second Tuesday of the month

Time: 7.30 pm 

The RPS promotes stamp collecting and post office ephemera from around the world.


New members are always welcome.


Further information: website

Rochdale Photographic Society


Meets: every Wednesday 

Time: 7.45 pm 


Please check the Society's website for any changes to the meeting schedule.


The Society runs a varied programme of events, including visiting speakers, practical evenings, and photographic trips out.


Further information: website

Zumba Gold


Meets: every Thursday

Time: 11am-12pm.


Run by Link4Life - only £2.50 per session - no booking required, just turn up!


Part of the activ8teme programme.


Further information and to confirm times: email

Friends of Tourcoing


Meets: first Thursday of the month (September to November and February to May)


Rochdale Friends of Tourcoing is a friendly, social, family orientated group which has twinned with Tourcoing in Northern France since 1966.


Further information: website

Rochdale Ramblers


Group meetings take place every two months


The Rochdale Group, established in October 1994, is part of the Manchester and High Peak Area of the Ramblers' Association.  New members are always welcome.


Walks are organised on weekends and on weekdays.  During the summer months coach trips are organised to walk further afield.  


Further information: website

CHA (walking group)


Meets: a couple of times a year (on a Monday) for committee meetings and an AGM in December


A Rochdale based group of over 100 members, which welcomes anyone who enjoys walking to join us.


Further information: website

Central Bridge Club
  • For further information see the website



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