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We’re told that congregations are falling in churches across the country, but in Chester, we think they might be going up again. Live music is no new thing in ecclesiastical buildings, but access to something other than communion wine and wafers (or the occasional cup of tea) is a big step. It’s a sympathetic conversion of the building – the organ pipes and rose window are still there in all their splendour, but the use of the nave as a bar and the gallery as a restaurant have turned it into a proper party venue. Cocktails are the drink of choice (you can even attend cocktail masterclasses), while the kitchen knocks out the likes of garlic mushrooms, fajitas and steaks.
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