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Sibson church is in the centre of the village, and dates from the 13th century at least. The nave is more recent having been rebuilt in the 18th century after the spire fell. The interior is light and airy, and contains some interesting tombs and brasses. (There is also a Victorian wheelchair and wheeled bier.)
The tower contains a peal of 6 bells, having recently been augmented from 4, and attracts ringers from many areas. The east end has recently been underpinned to protect the structure from serious subsidence.
Further information about the church can be found in the porch. The church is usually open during daylight hours in the summer months.
There are occasional services.
For upcoming services across the benefice, please see 'Services and events'.
For general enquiries please contact the Benefice Administrator on [email protected]