Whitefield is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, Greater Manchester, England. Bordering Prestwich, Whitefield was historically known for its bleach works and weaving industry and has benefited from the introduction of the Metrolink. The popular Besses o’ th’ Barn Brass Band is based there and Whitefield is a key part of the Irwell Sculpture Trail.
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Whitefield is full of surprises. One of the oldest UK musical organisations resides here, and has done for nearly 200 years. Besses o’ th’ Barn Band, known affectionately as Besses, was founded in 1818 in a small hamlet of the same name, which is now in Whitefield. The name originated from a small country inn on a toll road, which had a strange barn-like appearance. The landlady of the establishment was a Lancashire lass called Bess or Bessie, who came to be known as ‘Bessie at the Barn’.
‘All Saints’ is very much seen as a centre of Whitefield,’ said Alison Hardy, Rector of the Grade I listed church. ‘Not only is it a landmark, but the people of the community feel quite attached to it.’ Consecrated in 1826, the building was entirely funded by a £14,000 grant taken out of a £1,000,000 budget set aside by the government to built ‘Waterloo’ churches throughout the country. ‘It was seen as a kind of national thanksgiving in celebration of the victory at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815,’ said Alison, who has been ordained for 20 years and will be celebrating her tenth anniversary of Rector at All Saints in July. ‘Charles Barry, who went on to design the Houses of Parliament, was the architect.’ However, although this incredible church was built using funding from the government, All Saints’ receives no further financial support. ‘People may not be aware that we have to raise funds ourselves or apply for grants. Without the support of English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery Fund we couldn’t do the restoration works needed. The graveyards are looked after by a great team of volunteers at the Whitefield Community Graveyard Group.’
In 2001, the first phase of restoring the roof took place and since then the church has received well over £1,000,000 in support from the organisations. ‘We have just received £250,000 to restore the tower in 2016 which has significant cracks. Once the tower has been fixed we can ring the bells again – that’s something that hasn’t happened for 18 months.’
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