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St Helen, High Street

St Helen, High Street, Tarporley, Cheshire CW6 0AG View on map

15th century church with extensive additions and alterations of 1870 in Gothic Revival style. Fine memorial altar tomb in the chancel to Jane Done d.1662, Mary Crewe d.1690, and her granddaughter Mary Knightley who died as a child in 1674. The three figures are in white marble on a black base, the adults recumbent and the child standing holding flowers.


Opening Arrangements

Daily 8.30am - dusk


A51 from Chester, Tarporley is off the A49 and the church is in the centre of the village, set back from the High Street. Rail: Coddington (approximately 5 miles). Bus: No 84 from Chester.

Parking Spaces


Parking available on the High Street or local free car parks.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: No