St. Mary's Church in Nantwich dates from the 14th century but was extensively renovated in the 19th Century. It is a typical Cheshire church in that it is built from local sandstone, giving that wonderful red-brown richness. The weather-beaten and eroded state that sandstone undergoes adds to the feel of antiquity.
The church's entry in Wikipedia speaks poetically of, "one of the great architectural treasures of Cheshire" and of St. Mary's being one of the finest examples of medieval churches in England. Next time I'm in the area I shall go inside and report back for you.
Taking part in Inspired Sundays.