St Botolph, Bossall

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St Botolph is an enchanting cruciform church building that currently dates from 1180. It is situated in a delightful location, steeped in Anglo-Saxon history, with King Edwin being baptised at the church on this site on 11th April 627AD. It is of significant architectural importance (as NADFAS have eported) and is well worth getting off the beaten track to find! It is always open for visitors and provdes a beautiful spiritual space, rich in peace and tranquility. Please do visit the Harton Benefice Website for details of services and Wedding/Baptism enquiries

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Revd Chris Wingfield
The Vicarage
Sand Hutton
York
YO41 1LB
(01904) 468418 (Rector Harton benefice)

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Incumbent: The Revd Christopher Laurence WINGFIELD
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 19035
Built: 1180
Archdeaconry: YORK (431)
Deanery: SOUTHERN RYEDALE (43113)
Benefice: Harton (43/142CJ)
Parish Legal Name: Bossall with Buttercrambe and Howsham (430046 )
CofE Church Info: (643046 43/46)
Short URL: acny.uk/19035/
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The current editor is: Christopher Wingfield

This page was last updated on Thursday 1st December 2016
 
 
 
St Botolph : The road between Claxton and Howsham, Bossall, North Yorkshire, YO60 7NT

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