Church of England Diocese of York Hovingham

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A fascinating church, carefully rebuilt in 1860 and retaining its Anglo-Saxon tower and a number of other early features, including a Saxon west doorway and a 10th century Saxon wheel cross inset over the south belfry opening. Fragments of the ancient church are also preserved as a reredos to the Lady Chapel altar and as the main sanctuary cross following the remodelling of the chancel in 1981. Also contains fine modern windows by Stammers based on themes from Revelation


Benefice Safeguarding Officer: Martyn Boothroyd tel: 01653 628399 . We follow Diocesan safeguarding policy guidelines as per http://www.dioceseofyork.org.uk/safeguarding