|St James and St Paul, Marton|
Marton is a little village in Cheshire, on the road between Wilmslow and Congleton. The church is 14th century and is claimed to be the oldest half-timbered church still in use anywhere in Europe. It has medieval glass, a couple of battered stone knights and a mural of the Last Judgement. It is the setting for a crucial scene in Alan Garner's novel Strandloper.