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A fascinating church built by Miss Louisa Ann Ryland 1862/4 and designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott RA, an eminent Victorian architect of the day. Features include marble columns with carved capitals by Farmer of London, stained glass windows by Clayton and Bell, a tabletomb designed by Augustus Pugin and a memorial to Henry Eric Maudslay D.F.C. killed in the attack on Möhne Dam (Dambusters) in 1943. The church has a regular service every Sunday at 11:00am. On the 3rd Sunday of the month there is a coffee morning from 10:30 am and when there is a 5th Sunday in the month, please contact the churchwarden to check whether there is a service. Visitors are always welcome, please contact the Vicar or Churchwarden to ensure that the church will be open when you come to see us.
Bell ringing practice night is Wednesday at 7:30pm and new ringers are always welcome.
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