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Need a meeting room in a relaxing faith-based setting?

Green Close Methodist Church and Day Retreat Centre is located between the villages of Pott Shrigley and Poynton, in the beautiful East Cheshire countryside.

As well as being home to the family of faith that meets regularly to worship here at 2.30pm each Sunday, Green Close Methodist Chapel is used as Day Retreat Center within the Manchester and Stockport District of the Methodist church. It offers a warm, attractive and flexible venue with kitchen facilities and two meeting rooms of different sizes.

There is on site parking for 12 cars with additional parking available 100 yards from the church.
Visit the website for booking information.

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