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St James the Great, Pool Lane

St James the Great, Pool Lane, Ince, Cheshire CH2 4NX View on map

St. James is a Grade II* listed building. It was built in the medieval period between 1485-93 it is also mentioned in the doomsday book. The building also has rare significant stained glass windows by Kempe and Trena Cox.


Opening Arrangements

1st, 2nd ,3rd Saturday of month 12 - 4pm; 4th Sat of month 10am - 4pm; 1st Sunday of month 8am - 9am; other Sundays 9am - 12pm; Monday 7pm - 8.30 pm most weeks, April 2018-October 2018 inclusive


Ince is a rural village next to Elton. Motorway: From M56 exit Junction 14 follow A5117 signpost to Ellesmere port then take turning to Ince.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

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