Sefton St Helen's Church
Heritage Open Day: A unique opportunity to visit a place of continuous Christian worship - 'The Cathedral of the Fields', which recently celebrated its 850th anniversary. Guides are available to answer questions and take requests for family research. Sefton Parish Church is one of the oldest Christian sites on Merseyside and the only Grade 1 listed building in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton. It was founded in 1170 by the Molyneux family, the local landowners. The tower and steeple and part of the North Aisle remain from a 14th century reconstruction. The bulk of the Church- chancel, nave, aisles and porch date from the early 16th century.
Major restoration work took place in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Fri 9 Sep:1330-1600. Sat 10 Sep:1100-1600. Sun 11 Sep:1300-1600. Fri 16 Sep:1100-1600. Sat 17 Sep:1100-1600. Sun 18 Sep:1300-1600. Free Entry.
Bridges Lane, Sefton Village, Liverpool, Merseyside L29 7WG
Fri 9 Sep to Sun 18 September