Lymm is a large village and civil parish in Warrington, Cheshire in England. Lymm was an urban district of Cheshire from 1894 to 1974. The civil parish of Lymm features the hamlets of Booths Hill, Broomedge, Church Green, Deansgreen, Heatley, Heatley Heath, Little Heatley, Oughtrington, Reddish, Rushgreen and Statham. According to the 2011 Census, the village has a permanent population of roughly 12350 people. Within this population, 49.1 per cent are male and 50.9 percent are female. Lymm village centre is a designated preservation area, significant for its historical structures, both listed and unlisted. These include the French-style terracotta ex- town hall, which is at present unlisted, St. Peter's Church, Oughtrington Hall and Lodge, formerly owned by a cadet branch of the Leigh family and now Lymm High School, and Lymm Hall, a former Domville family home. Foxley Hall, home to a cadet branch of the ancient Booth family, before ownership passed to the Carlisle family, is no longer standing, but fustian cutting cottages on Church Road and Arley Grove do still exist. The Parish Church of St. Peter, Oughtrington is an example of Gothic Revival architecture. St. Mary's Church, Lymm, neighboring Lymm Dam was in a state of disrepair by the middle of the 1800s so the Leigh family commissioned the noted Newcastle architect John Dobson to rebuild it. The 1521 tower was kept and raised, though the requirement for extra stonework rendered the tower being renovated in 1887. Lymm Cross, typically known just as 'the Cross', is a Grade I listed structure. A 24-hour cam looks over the landmark. Extra web cams are strategically located around. For all your home remodelings, be sure to find trusted contractors in Lymm to make certain of quality.