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St Andrew, Graham Road

St Andrew, Graham Road, West Kirby, Merseyside CH48 5DN View on map

A Victorian Gothic grade II listed church built 1889-91 by Douglas and Fordham and completed 1907-9 by Douglas and Minshull. Has spire and 4 spirelets. Finely carved altar reredos by G Webb 1911. Good stained glass in north aisle by H Bryams, influenced by Kempe. WWI memorial screen and tablet. Rushworth and Draper organ.


Opening Arrangements

Friday 11am - 1pm. Saturday 9am - 11am. Sunday 10am - 1pm


400 metres from West Kirby Town centre, at the junction of A540 Meols Drive and Graham Road. Rail: West Kirby (400 metres). Bus: Nos 437 from Liverpool, 83 from Bebington, 138 from Meols.

Parking Spaces


Roadside parking.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes