By Tarvin History Group - 25th February 2018 6:00am
Three years of restoration work on Church House was completed in January 1991. The building was originally a parlour wing added to the Church Cottages which were built in the 16th Century. Discoveries made during the restoration included small mullioned windows and a stone fireplace with a coat-of arms carved into it.
The photograph shows the then Duke of Westminster, Patron of the Chester Historic Preservation Trust, receiving a picture of the Elizabethan building from the Trust Chairman, Dr Allan Pullin.