Church is not open to the public, although the churchyard is accessible at all times. For admission to the church itself, please visit our contact page.
The church at Thrigby, dedicated to St Mary, is an ancient structure of stone and flint and the tower retains a fire place and flue which, long ago, had an oven used for the purpose of baking the wafer bread.
Apart from Thrigby Wildlife Park, which is right next to the church, and the farm next door, there are very few residential properties left in Thrigby and regular services are no longer held here.
The howler monkeys next door at the wildlife park certainly make their presence known and, from the graveyard, the tigers can sometimes been seen wandering round their enclosure.
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