All Souls is a beautiful historic church that has been converted for use as a conference, office,
learning and community space. As part of this work, the original building was carefully restored.
Renovation work began in September 2013 and was completed during November 2014. The doors
finally re-opened to the public on the 6th December 2014 following a quarter peal of ‘Grandsire’s
Triples’ on newly-refurbished bells. Over 450 people attended the opening ceremony.
Established by the Greenhalgh brothers in 1881 for the wellbeing of the surrounding community, All
Souls will now extend this welcome to a new generation, offering the latest facilities combined with
the warm professionalism of our team.
All Souls’ place at the heart of the Crompton community makes it the ideal base for local services,
activities and events. Its unique beauty makes it a fitting place to gain a greater understanding of the
heritage of the church and its surroundings.
Today All Souls Bolton is registered as a charity, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, The Churches
Conservation Trust, Bolton Council and the Tudor Trust. It is managed by a board of trustees.