About Us

Irnham is still set out as our medieval ancestors would have understood. St Andrew’s church dominates the top of a small tree-lined hill; to its south side is the medieval Irnham Hall (restored following a fire in Victorian times) and, beyond, two of the original three fishponds that would once have been reserved for the squire, the priest and villagers. Clustered around the base of the church’s hill are cottages and a few larger homes.

St Andrew’s is one of six churches in the Corby Glen Group of Parishes.

The congregation contributes to the Grantham Food Bank.