Wilmslow Parish Church - St Bartholomew's

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Medieval parish church with interesting monuments dating to the Reformation, Civil War and Industrial History, including the burial place of the Greggs of Styal Mill.

Venue Type:

Heritage site, Sacred space

Opening hours

Sat. 12.00-15.00
and by arrangement

Additional info

Tours for groups outside normal opening hours can be arranged.

Community Archaeology Project in progress

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Inside St Bart's Picture Gallery


Images of St Bartholomew's church, including the stained glass windows, the floor plan, furnishings inside the church, the oldest brass in Cheshire, plaques in the crypt, and pictures before, during and after the cleaning of the stone walls.

Historical Guided Tours

We offer guided tours around the church, which can focus on a number of areas including the history of the church, society at the end of the Middle Ages, the history of the Reformation in the area, and the social history of the industrial period around Styal Woollen Mill and Wilmslow. Tours are provided by a qualified historian and archaeologist with several years' experience in Museum Education.

How to obtain

To arrange a tour, contact the Parish Administration Manager on 01625 520309 or email office@wilmslowparish.org

Wilmslow Parish Church - St Bartholomew's
Church Street






01625 520309

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