An ancient parish church, originally serving the townships of Caldy, Frankby,
Grange, Great Meols, Hoose, Little Meols, Newton cum Larton and
West Kirby, and part of the township of Greasby.
The district was affected by the following boundary changes:
1860 July 29 — reduced when the townships of Great Meols, Hoose, and Little Meols, and parts of
the townships of Grange and Newton cum Larton were transferred to Hoylake: Holy Trinity.
1861 June 28 — reduced when the township of Frankby, and parts of
the townships of Grange, Greasby and Newton cum Larton were transferred to the district
of Frankby: St. John the Divine.
1874 October 23 — reduced when the following part of the township of Caldy was transferred to Thurstaston: St. Bartholomew:
"A hamlet or place, consisting of nine cottages, situated on land of
twenty-two acres two roods and six perches in extent, known as Up-Caldy".
1889 July 9 — enlarged when the following area was transferred from Hoylake: Holy Trinity:
"All that part of the said new parish of the Holy Trinity-in-Hoose otherwise
known as the Holy Trinity Hoylake which is bounded upon the south-east by the
parish of West Kirby aforesaid upon the west by the high water mark of
ordinary tides upon the sea shore, or in other words by the western boundary
of the said now parish of the Holy Trinity-in-Hoose otherwise known as the
Holy Trinity Hoylake and upon the remaining side that is to say upon the north
by an imaginary straight line extending due east and west from a boundary
stone inscribed 'H. H. T. N. P. 1889 ' and placed on the western s ide of the
main road from West Kirby to Hoylake near to the entrance from the said road
to the house calied or known as 'Maddock's House', the said imaginary straight
line terminating qn the west upon the western boundary of the said new parish
of the Holy Trinity-in-Hoose otherwise known as the Holy Trinity Hoylake at
the said high water mark of ordinary tides upon the sea shore, and terminating
on the east upon the south-eastern boundary of the said new parish which
boundary divides the same new parish from the parish of West Kirby aforesaid."