United Reformed Church


Clitheroe United Reformed Church was built in 1862. It is located near Pendle Hill and has links to Revd Thomas Jolly, a founder of Congregationalism in Lancashire. It is constructed of local grey limestone on a sloping site. Its frontage is on the town's main shopping street close to the castle gates. The church is sometimes called 'Clitheroe's Village Hall' and it is extensively used by local people. Regular users are: Clitheroe Country Market, Ribcaged Theatre Company, Ribble Valley Dance, Baby & Toddler Group, 1st Pendle Cubs & Scouts, a Karate Club, monthly Craft markets and a Community Cafe.

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