St. Michael's Church Weston-Under-Wetherley

The Church of St Michael, built of red sandstone, is Grade 1 listed and dates back to the 12th century, evidence of this can be found in the north and south walls of the Chancel. Early in the 13th century the church was almost entirely rebuilt; the tower was built early in the 14th century and the top added later in that century.

The interior is simple but very pleasing and the congregation, though small, warm and welcoming.

The Font has eight sides and is of unusual form, the basin follows the shape of the outside and is lined with lead. It is thought to date from the early 14th century.

Image © courtesy of Sue Chambers.