Calveley chapel is situated in a peaceful and beautiful part of rural Cheshire. It is unusual because it was not built as a church but is a converted coach house. The building dates from the mid 17th century and was converted to a private chapel for Calveley Hall in the mid 19th century; after the hall was demolished the chapel became the parish church. Calveley is situated in, and is part of, the parish of Bunbury , which is some 2 miles away.
As well as holding regular services, weddings also take place in the chapel which is a particularly lovely setting for smaller ceremonies.