The Parish Church of St Bartholomew is today structurally almost the same as it was when it was reconstructed in the early 16th century. The crypt chapel, incorporated into the present building, dates from probably the 13th century. The nave is divided from the side aisles by five pointed arches, which show a peculiarity in that those on the north side are some two feet higher than those on the south side. Much of the interior of the nave reflects the two Victorian restorations carried out in 1862 and 1897. However the fine oak screens separating the side chapels from the nave and chancel date from the 16th century. The church contains what is reputedly the finest brass in Cheshire and commemorates Sir Robert del Boothe (died 1460) and his wife Douce.
Open: Wednesday 12 noon - 3pm, Thursday 10.30am - 12.30pm, Friday 10am - 12 noon
Saturday 12 noon - 3pm