- Lymm: St. Mary the Virgin (Church of England). The ancient parish church for the township of Lymm.
- Oughtrington: St. Peter (Church of England). Built in 1872 as a chapel to Lymm: St. Mary the Virgin, becoming a district church for part of Lymm in 1881.
- Lymm, St. Wenefride (Roman Catholic), Booth's Hill Road. Built in 1905.
- Lymm, Baptist Chapel, Cherry Lane. Built in 1810.
- Lymm, Baptist Chapel, Higher Lane. Built in 1850 (with burial ground).
- Lymm, Methodist Chapel (Wesleyan), New Road. Built in 1809, rebuilt in 1879, closed in 1968. Registers 1809-1837 and 1929-1967 are at the Cheshire Record Office.
- Lymm, Methodist Chapel (Primitive), Eagle Brow. Built in 1849, rebuilt in 1897. Registers of baptisms 1832-1862 are at Manchester Central Library.
- Lymm, Methodist Chapel (Free), Cherry Lane. Built in 1849.
- Lymm, United Reformed Church (Independent/Congregational), Brookfield Road. Built in 1863.
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- 1933 April 1 — Gained part of Rixton with Glazebrook, Lancashire (73 acres, pop. 0 in 1931), and lost parts to Rixton with Glazebrook, Lancashire (41 acres, pop. 0 in 1931) and Woolston, Lancashire (167 acres, pop. 4 in 1931), when the northern boundary with Lancashire was adjusted to follow the course of the Manchester Ship Canal.
- 1936 April 1 — Gained parts of Agden (near Lymm) (7 acres, pop. 0 in 1931) and Grappenhall (3 acres, pop. 0 in 1931), and lost part to Agden (near Lymm) (8 acres, pop. 2 in 1931)
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administrative areas in which LYMM has been placed at times in the past. Select one to see a link to a map of that particular area.
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