Here at St Alban's, we are immensely proud of our lovely Church.
A Church has existed in Tattenhall as early as 1300AD, with evidence showing that a Church has been on this present site since the early sixteenth century. Despite being rebuilt in 1869-70, the original tower still stands proud. The Church is of John Douglas design, a very prominent architect in Cheshire and is noted for it's scale and proportion.
The present building mostly dates from the 1860s and is enjoyed not only by regular churchgoers but also by others: those who wish to use it for important occasions like weddings, baptisms and funerals; by local residents who want to preserve a part of their local heritage; and by people who want a special setting for a music concert or other community event.
The Friends of St Alban’s Church Buildingis a charity, completely separate from the church, set up to collect funds for the repair, maintenance and improvement of St Alban’s Church building, fittings, ornaments and grounds.
If you have an interest in the preservation of the church building and grounds, we invite you to become a Friend of St Alban’s Church Building, Tattenhall. To become a Friend of St Alban’s, please contact Rob Selby on 01829 770586 or email Cathy Kitchin on . or click on the link below to download a form.
Join the Friends.
Membership Form to download.
There are 6 Trustees
of The Friends of St. Alban's
Please feel free to contact any of us by phone or email if you require further information.
Rob Selby (Chair)
Sheila Chapman (Treasurer) George Richards 01829 770960 01829 770482
Cathy Kitchin (Secretary)