Contact Us

For enquiries about a baptism, wedding or funeral or to book the Church for an event please contact the Rector, Rev'd Jane Proudfoot on 01925 261546 or email her at  revdproudfoot@hotmail.co.uk

For general enquiries and to book the Parish Centre for an event please contact  Church Office on 01925 269861  or email at stwilfschurchoffice@btinternet.com .Please note that the office is staffed 3 mornings a week so there may be a slight delay in getting back to you. Please be patient with us!

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St Wilfrids Church is approximately 21/2 miles south-east of Warrington town centre and is also close to M6 Junction 20 and M56 Junction 9.

From Warrington, follow A5061 Knutsford Road which joins A50 in Latchford.  Shortly after the junction with A56 near the Spring Brook public house, turn right into Bellhouse Lane.  Follow the lane and cross the Bridgewater Canal at the hump-back bridge where you enter Church Lane.  The church is in the right.

From the motorway interchange, take A50 towards Warrington.  Shortly after crossing the Bridgewater Canal (watch out for the 30mph speed limit sign) turn left into Bellhouse Lane.  Follow the lane and cross the Bridgewater Canal at the hump-back bridge where you enter Church Lane.  The church is on the right. 

ALERT

Please be aware that the village will have rolling repairs that will be for about 3 years and the village will have the road closed on occasions. There will always be access from one end of the village.

For those with satellite navigation the postcode is WA4 3EP.. For other than cars see below.

Photograph of Grappenhall Village

Church Lane Looking East

Church Lane can also be accessed at its other end from A56 Chester Road.

Please note that access to either end of Church Lane is via narrow hump-back bridges with weight restrictions. 

For details of how get to the church if travelling by coach, or lorry  please follow... 

From M6 Junction 20 and M56 Junction 29 come off at the A50 (Warrington) and then turn left at the roundabout  onto the B5356, (Grappenhall Lane).  At the next roundabout turn right into Broad Lane and signed to Grappenhall, in the village turn right into Church Lane by the Parish noticeboard/postbox (sharp left hand bend).  From Warrington use the same roundabout and proceed to the right onto the B5356 etc,.

Grappenhall Village is a conservation area and parking is not permitted on the cobbled road.

Disabled parking

If you have a blue badge you are permitted to park on the cobbled road. On Sunday mornings we try to keep the area outside the church free for disabled vehicles.

Parking is available at the rear of the Parish Centre, which is opposite the church.  For special events, additional parking is usually available in St Wilfrids School, a little further along Church Lane.  There is also a large car park at the rear of the Rams Head public house for those visitors to the church,  who may also wish to avail themselves of the facilities offered by this establishment!.  Please park at the bottom of the car park.

Please note the village has traditional cobble stones which are picturesque but can be difficult to walk on in poor weather or high heels!

Accessibility

St Wilfrid's is an ancient building but we do our best to make it accessible to all. The church has an amplification system with a hearing loop. We have large print versions of the service books, hymn book and weekly pew sheet. The church has chairs rather than pews making it easy to create a space for a pram or wheelchair. There are no steps into church from either the south or north door. Gluten free wafers are available at communion services and we are happy to bring communion to you in your seat if you find getting to the altar difficult. Just have a word with one of our friendly welcoming team when you arrive and let them know what you need.

Unfortunately we do not have toilets in the church (we're working on that one - see the donate pages to find out more (link). During services the Parish Centre is always open for you to use the toilets there.

Please do be aware that St Wilfrid's is in a conservation area and that the approach to the church is over a cobbled street. See our Contact us page for further details.