Sitting around eating, socialising, going to church, visiting.... we were in much need of fresh air and exercise and where best to get that but in Cheshire, England.
Geographically, Chadkirk stands south of the River Mersey on the north east Cheshire borders close to Derbyshire, close to Greater Manchester.
The chapel is very old and believed to be on the site of an earlier church or ....KIRK …. which was the Norse name for church. This would date the original building earlier than the present one which is stated as medieval. Looking at the building, parts of it look Saxon to me.
The building has been added to over the years and shows signs of various styles of architecture. One end of the building has a tower with a weather vane.
It opens occasionally now and was closed on the day we visited but we still enjoyed it. The chapel is a listed building in England and therefore protected by law from any development.
The photos were taken by my daughter in law, L Martin