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CHRISTLETON

2019 Winner of the Best Kept Village in Cheshire Award

Christleton is a village situated just over 2 miles south of Chester. Leave the A41 under the flyover to travel along Pepper Street passing over the Shropshire Union Canal and then the Law College on your left before arriving at the village green. Here you will find St. James’ Parish Church and the Parish Hall. Going straight ahead will take you down Birch Heath Lane but turning left along Brown Heath Road will take you past the Methodist Church to the village pond know locally as The Pit. Home sometimes in the first part of the year to a pair of nesting swans and the cygnets.
Had you turned right at the village green you would have travelled along Village Road past the village shop, once the Post Office and opposite is the
Ring O Bells public house. Continuing on the Old Farm appears on the right, the oldest house in Christleton and the Village Institute on the left hand side. Further on you will come to Christleton High School and to the right in Quarry Lane Christleton Primary School.

Map of Christleton in 1066

Christleton is a village situated just over 2 miles south of Chester. Leave the A41 under the flyover to travel along Pepper Street passing over the Shropshire Union Canal and then the Law College on your left before arriving at the village green. Here you will find St. James’ Parish Church and the Parish Hall. Going straight ahead will take you down Birch Heath Lane but turning left along Brown Heath Road will take you past the Methodist Church to the village pond know locally as The Pit. Home sometimes in the first part of the year to a pair of nesting swans and the cygnets.

Had you turned right at the village green you would have travelled along Village Road past the village shop, once the Post Office and opposite is the Ring O' Bells public house. Continuing on the Old Farm appears on the right, the oldest house in Christleton and the Village Institute on the left hand side. Further on you will come to Christleton High School and to the right in Quarry Lane Christleton Primary School. Carrying down Rowton Bridge Road you will come to a hump back bridge with traffic lights taking you over the canal. Then back to the A41. Turn left for Whitchurch and the south or right for the City of Chester

What' On

2020

This is one of the most visited pages on the village website. It lists in date order events in and around Christleton. Rather useful


Village Guide

2020

A Guide to the Village of Christleton


Village Directory

2020

Community Activities, Businesses, Churches and more information


The History File

David Cummings

Our local historian writes specially for the Christleton Website each month with a series of articles covering many aspects of local history.


Wildlife Watch

2020

If you are a fan of nature you will love this illustrated monthly series of articles by David Cummings


Garden Ramble

2020

For those with an interest in gardening


Christleton Great War Stories

2020

Commemoration marking the Centeneray of Wold War One


Webmasters Blog

2020

Updates of what is happening on the Christleton website


Christleton 3

2020

The Christleton website is 20 years old this year. Christleton 3 is a new section of the Christleton Website started in 2016 to embrace some of the the latest features in web design. It includes photographs recording some of the events in the village


St. James' Church - Christleton

  •  St.James' Church from the South

    St.James' Church from the South

  •  Nave Butterfield designed at St. James' Christleton

    Nave Butterfield designed at St. James' Christleton

  •  Christ in Majesty Window at St. James' Christleton

    Christ in Majesty Window at St. James' Christleton

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