St Mary's Church, Lutterworth
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Our historic Church building has dominated the landscape of this part of South Leicestershire for over 800 years. It is renowned for its former Rector, John Wycliffe who first translated the Bible into English in the 14th Century, and became a centre for mission through him.
Today the church is at the centre of this market town providing community activities, a programme of youth activities, concerts, Mothers' Union, Spring and Autumn Watch, Bell ringing, Charity Christmas Cards from November to mid-December, bell ringing, needlecraft group, prayer and home groups and much more!
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|Daily from 10.00am until 12noon serving refreshments.Group tours by arrangement.|