St Elphin, Church Street
St Elphin, Church Street, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 2TL View on map
Dating from 1354 but present church now mainly 1859-67 by Frederick and Horace Francis and probably their best work (Pevsner). Wide nave, wide aisles, crossing tower and tall spire. The Boteler chapel, now the regimental chapel of the Duke of Lancaster Regiment contains a fine alabaster tomb of Sir John Boteler and his wife.
Each Wednesday May to September 30th 2pm - 4pm, Each Saturday May to end September 09.30 am - 3 pm, Saturdays October to April 09.30 - 12 noon
- Open on Heritage Open Day
One mile from Warrington town centre on A57 opposite supermarket. Rail: Warrington Central (1 mile), Bank Quay station (1½ miles). Bus: Service Nos 2, 3 4 and 28A from Warrington bus station.
Sainsbury car Park opposite church 2 hours free parking
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes