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Plemstall is a village in the civil parish of Mickle Trafford, the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester, and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. It lies northeast of the village of Mickle Trafford.

It contains the Grade I listed building St Peter's Church, Plemstall,[1] a farm, and a former level crossing keeper's house. It is believed that Plegmund lived in this area as a hermit before he became Archbishop of Canterbury in 890. A holy well dedicated to St Plegmund is near the church.

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Coordinates: 53°13′30″N 2°48′53″W / 53.2249°N 2.8148°W / 53.2249; -2.8148