The village Church attached to St Michael’s Middlewich.
Byley is a small village with a school,
a village hall and the Church. The
Church was built as a commissioners’
church with money provided by the
Government following the Napoleonic
Wars, and begun in 1846 to a design
probably by J Matthews. Pevsner
called it “really very ugly” which is a
little rude we think because everyone
who visits comments on the lovely
feeling you get when you worship
The small but faithful congregation
keep the Church well cared for and
You will always find a warm welcome.
Services are weekly at 11.00 am.
All enquiries for weddings, baptisms
and funerals should go through the parish office
(Beth Deakin 01606 738005 firstname.lastname@example.org)
Or through the Rector Simon Drew (see contact page)