Brough Church is a haven of peace, tranquillity and prayer, remarked on many, many times in our visitors book.
Parts of it dates from the 12th century, but it has been rebuilt, ransacked, rebuilt again and added to over the centuries to become the church we love and enjoy worshipping in. this is one of the few churches in the land where the bride actually does walk up the aisle to her wedding due to our gently sloping nave!
We love to receive visitors and there is lots more information about the building available in the church. There is also a comprehensive display about the area's history in the church. We can be found just off the A685 about 200yards south of the A66 junction and therefore a convenient stop halfway between Scotch Corner and Penrith. Just follow the tourist signs to Brough Castle, park in the square and go left at the end. The church is normally open between 10am and 4pm (or dusk if that is earlier).
A leaflet giving details of a circular drive/cycle ride visiting other churches in the area (including Stainmore St. Stephen) is available.
Sunday services are normally at 10.00am.