St Cuthbert, Milburn

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The lovely old Parish Church of St Cuthbert is situated outside the village, but within easy walking distance down a pleasant private road between fields. This provides access for cars and there is a small hardsurfaced car park for those unable to walk to church. The building consists of a nave, chancel and south aisle, part of which is now the porch and vestry. Parts of the present church are Norman, with additions and alterations at various times during its history, the last of these being Victorian, undertaken in 1894. Given its age, the building is in good repair due to the diligence of successive generations of Churchwardens.

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Revd Sarah Lunn
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Long Marton
CA16 6BN
(017683) 61269

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CW Holy Communion
Every first Sunday at 9:00 AM for 1 hour
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CW Holy Communion
Every second and fourth Sunday at 10:30 AM for 1 hour
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Incumbent: The Revd Sarah Anne LUNN
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 12215
Archdeaconry: CARLISLE (571)
Deanery: APPLEBY (57101)
Benefice: The Heart of Eden (07/120D)
Parish Legal Name: Milburn (570020 )
CofE Church Info: (607020 7/20)
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The current editor is: Janet Cox

This page was last updated on Saturday 29th May 2010
St Cuthbert : LOW STREET, Milburn, Cumbria, CA101TJ

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