St Bertolines is set high on a grassy mound - an ancient burial site. Wonky steps lead up to the church but at the top the path is not paved but is a grassy track - not very suitable for my Roland Cartier heels!
Just a few miles froom Crewe centre is this idyllic country village - typical of so many in rural England. A few houses a church and local pub are the usual features. The local pub, in true cheshire magpie, is just across the road from the church which is set high on a mound.
The parish church of St. Bertoline is in an elevated position in the village of Barthomley on top of Barrow Hill, an ancient burial ground. There has been a church on this site since Norman times but it was rebuilt in the 15th century. It was a perfect setting for a country wedding.