Built of red Runcorn and white Steetley stone, it consists of a choir with aisle, nave, transepts, vestries and a lofty central tower containing one bell, capped by a 180 ft spire modelled on Patrington (East Yorkshire). In the north passage is the baptistry and to the south of the chancel is the Lady Chapel. The chancel is elaborately decorated with wood carving of the rood screen, priest’s and choir stalls by the Rev Ernest Geldert. The interior stonework including the two altars, the pulpit, the font and the stone figures were designed by Bodley. The statue of the Virgin in the south aisle is by Ninian Comper. Much of the stained glass is by C Kempe. Very kindly the Steward on duty saw me taking photos and let me into the Chancel which is usually closed to visitors, I thought that very nice of him.