The Thicknesse Chapel

The Thicknesse Chapel in the north aisle is surrounded by a screen which dates from the 14th or 15th centuries and is also of Spanish Chestnut. This chapel was originally in Balterley Hall, the seat of the Thicknesse family who were ancient landowners in Betley and Balterley.
Later it passed to the Twemlow family of Betley Court which accounts for their coat of arms being on the ceiling hatchment. St. Margaret is depicted in the window on the north wall.
The chapel is now used for mid-week prayers and for signing the register at weddings.