Exhibition: Digital Daydream Believer
ArtWork Studios & Gallery
1st Jan 2017 - 31st Mar 2017
Exhibition of surreal digital art by outsider artist George Sumner ....
Wellbeing through Nature
Northwich Memorial Court
26th Jan 2017 - 30th Mar 2017
Cheshire Wildlife Trust's go out to local nature reserves to take part in practical conservation tasks ...
A Flea in Her Ear
8th Mar 2017 - 11th Mar 2017
The Harleqiun Players present A Flea in her ear ....
Telling the Story of Mid Cheshire
Weaver Hall Museum
Housed within the old Northwich Union Workhouse building, full of displays, tales and history of Mid Cheshire ....
Warblers and Waders
23rd Apr 2017
Renowned ecologist Jeff Clarke is at it again ....
An Outstanding Day out in Cheshire
Lion Salt Works
Now open to the public after a £10m restoration and voted the UKs best heritage project ....
St Helen's Church, Northwich
Getting to St Helen's Church
St Helen's Church, which serves the congregation of St Helen and St Thomas is just off Chester Way, Northwich, Cheshire. CW9 5PB.
If you are travelling by car, it is 2.4 miles from the A556 at Davenham. It is just over 7 miles from the M56 at Stretton.
The walk from Northwich Railway Station is under half a mile and will take less than 10 minutes.
If you choose to go by taxi, the journey is under half a mile from Northwich Railway Station and will take less than 5 minutes under normal traffic conditions. From Hartford Railway Station it is just under 3 miles and will take about 15 minutes.
Northwich Railway Station is on the Mid Cheshire Line - a scenic route from Chester to Manchester via Knutsford, Altrincham and Stockport. Northern Rail operates this service.
From London and the South East take a Virgin Trains service to Stockport and change for Northwich.
From Birmingham and the West Midlands take a Virgin Trains service to Crewe, connect with a service to Chester then change for Northwich. If you are using a taxi from the station to the Church consider changing at Crewe and taking the direct London Midland service to Hartford.
From Sheffield and South Yorkshire take a service to Stockport and change for Northwich.
From West Wales and Shrewsbury take the Arriva Trains Wales Manchester service and change at Stockport. If you are using a taxi from the station to the Church consider changing at Crewe and travelling to Hartford.
From North Wales take a Virgin Trains or Arriva Trains Wales service to Chester and change for Northwich.
From Liverpool John Lennon Airport, which is served by Liverpool South Parkway Railway Station, take the East Midlands Trains Norwich service and change at Stockport. If you are using a taxi from the station to the Church consider taking the direct London Midland service to Hartford.
The toolbar above provides the Rail Timetables and details of the Local Bus services you will need. You can also check out your trip from our Journey Planners.
The toolbar below gives you the Walking and Road routes you will need when visiting the Salt Museum.