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Directions to Llancillo

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Visitors have kindly given us feedback that Llancillo church in Herefordshire, just on the English / Welsh border  is, to say the least, rather difficult to find!  The church is located on farmland, …

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Westmacott the Younger?

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Or Westmacott the Even Younger? On a recent inspection of the residual tower at Lightcliffe St Matthew, where only the tower survives, our architect George Pickles RIBA was for the …

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East Hatley vested with the Friends

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We are delighted to announce that the disused church at St Denis, East Hatley in Cambridgeshire, dating from 1217 and rebuilt by William Butterfield in the 19th century, has been …

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Christmas Gift Inspiration

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There are two ways you can help us preserve ancient churches as peaceful spaces this Christmas. i) Join a friend, colleague or loved one via our website before 15th December …

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A Friends Christmas

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Six of our churches have festive events with Christmas carols, readings and seasonal refreshments this December. In England the four churches welcoming visitors are: Boveney in Buckinghamshire, Caldecote in Hertfordshire, …

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Saltfleetby Tower

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Saltfleetby Old St Peter, listed Grade I, is a residual tower which has been in the care of the Friends since 1976, when our attention was drawn to its near …

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Black History at Ynyscynhaearn

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October is Black History Month, a nationwide celebration of Black History throughout Britain, and this month we remember ‘John Ystumllyn’ (also known as ‘Jac Du / Jack Black’), who is buried in …