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Situated at the heart of the New Barracks estate Ordsall, Salford.

Memories of Heroes Past

We are proud to have provided a space in the past to promote and honour the memories of those heroes from Ordsall who served this great country in both WW1 and WW11. 

Heritage at Risk

One of top British heritage at risk. The conservation needs of the building is becoming ever greater, with considerable risk as highlighted by its appearance in 2009 by the Victorian Society as one of the ten most endangered Victorian and Edwardian buildings in England and Wales with a similar entry by Save Britain’s Heritage in their Buildings at Risk Register.


We show appreciation to Wilbraham Egerton (1832-1909), 1st Earl Egerton and Viscount Salford (second Chairman of the Manchester Ship Canal from 1887 to 1894) under whose patronage the St Ignatius Centre was built.

Urban Regeneration

Contribute to the delivery of the Ordsall development framework by dealing with the development needs of the community, focusing on strengthening commerce in the area, encouraging the development of social enterprises and economic future of Ordsall in terms of workshop spaces, improving perceptions of the local area, and helping to attract investment into Ordsall.

How you can help


Buy shares and become a member of the Society, with an equal vote.....


St Ignatius Center is pleased to announce a new opportunity for your business.....


Volunteers bring varied experiences, skills and ideas to our organisation.....

The Centre is one of few surviving works of Alfred Darbyshire (1839-1908) of regional and national importance that played prominent role in WWI and WWII memorial history.


St Ignatius Walk / King Edward St, Ordsall, Salford
M5 3RG

0300 302 1639

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