The cache is situated close to a quite busy lane so please take care at GZ.
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This church was found to be unsafe and was demolished in 1833 and the present church was then built in 1833.
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It cost £1314 of which £500 was donated by local landowners with other contributions coming from outside subscriptions and societies, whilst the tenants on the estates carted materials free of charge.
The foundation stone was laid on 22nd. March 1833 by Hugh Robert Aldersey, (at the age of 5) and the church was consecrated by the Bishop of Chester on 10th. February 1834. The church was built of sandstone quarried at Carden. It was designed before the 19th Century fashion for gothic architecture and so it has no chancel and it is simple, light and airy.
Near to the church is the Parish Room. which was for, many years the church school. The present church school is at Clutton. The Parish Room is now well used by the local community.