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The light and welcoming church of All Saints stands in the largest of the villages of the Nar Valley Group. Within the church there are several fine monuments to the Spelman family. The one to Judge Spelman in the church has associated with it the story that he was buried upright for 'no one had walked over him in life and no one was going to walk over him in death'. One of the brasses is to Sir John Spelman who had the dubious honour of signing the death warrant for Anne Boleyn.
As we enter 2017 the re-roofing project funded by LPOW and WREN is nearing completion which will secure the future of this particular church .
If you have had any previous connection with or love of All Saints Church then we invite you to help the congregation to retain this building for future years.
Donantions may be sent to the Church Treasurer - Mrs Susan Nairn, The Rectory, Main Road, Narborough, PE32 1TE.
Cheques should be made payable to Narborough w Narford PCC
Last updated 22 January 2017
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Wheelchair accessible toilets
(Hymn Books / Orders of Service etc.)
Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
|Church open in daylight hours|
Foodbank or foodbank collection point
|Church Centre - seats approx 24.Available for suggested donation of £6 per hour. Contact Mrs. M. Richards, 53 Eastfields, Narborough. Also houses Church Office - open to Public on Wednesdays from 10am to 12 noon|
The current editor is: Stuart Nairn