Holy Name Church
Also known as The Catholic Church of the Holy Name of Jesus
- The church was opened on October 15th 1871.
- The octagonal tower was extended to 56.4m in 1928, using a design by Adrian Gilbert Scott. The original 1869 plan called for a spire 73m high but this was never built due to poor quality ground beneath the site.
- The church is famously mentioned in the song 'Vicar in a Tutu' by The Smiths.
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- Joseph Aloysius Hansom, Adrian Gilbert Scott
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- Oxford Road, Manchester. M13 9PG
- Manchester City Council
- Greater Manchester
- North West
- United Kingdom
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