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St Hilary, Claremount Road

St Hilary, Claremount Road, Wallasey, Merseyside CH45 3NH View on map

Built in 1859 by W and J Hay, the 6th known church on this commanding site overlooking the Irish Sea, Dee Estuary and North Wales. Notable features include carved oak reredos, 20th century east and west windows (most Victorian glass damaged by wartime blast) and window by Kempe in Lady Chapel. There is also an old tower dated 1537, which has a newly returned Norman font. Father Willis organ designed by W. T. Best.


Opening Arrangements

Sunday 9am - 1.30pm. Monday 2,3 (of each month) 12pm - 3pm. October - April: Wednesday 9am - 12pm. Saturday 9am - 12pm.


From M53 exit junction 1, follow signs to Wallasey village and Wallasey Grove Road. Rail: Wallasey Village (½ mile), Wallasey Grove Road (¾ mile).

Parking Spaces


Ample on road parking

Disabled Access

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