Harrytown Catholic High School

"I have come that they have life, and have it to the full". John 10:10

Our Centenary Chapel

Our Centenary Chapel

Harrytown marked its Centenary by building a chapel to provide pupils, staff and the local community with a dedicated worship space. The school was opened in January 1913, by the Sisters of Evron and the original school had a chapel in Harrytown Hall, the original convent. When the Sisters left the school in 1978 the convent was sold for private housing and so since that time the school has not had a chapel.

The Chapel provides a dedicated place for celebrating Mass and other liturgies for staff, pupils and the local community. A service is held at 8:15 every Friday morning and is open to all members of the community.

Work on the Chapel began in July 2013 when the Right Rev. Mark Davies, Bishop of Shrewsbury, joined Headteacher, Mr Cunningham, and students representatives in breaking the ground to mark the beginning of the construction process.

Tuesday 17th December saw the official opening of the School Chapel. The Right Reverend Mark Davies, Bishop of Shrewsbury conducted Mass and blessed the Chapel.

If you wish to make a donation towards the building of the chapel you can do so by clicking here.

A new website for our school is currently under

construction and will be available in the next few weeks.

 
 

Address: Harrytown, Romiley, Stockport, SK6 3BU
Tel: 0161 430 5277 Fax: 0161 430 1700
Headteacher: Mr K Turmeau