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 transferred into the care of the Friends.

The Grade II* listed Church has been owned by South Cambridgeshire District Council since 1985, and the transfer includes a £60,000 endowment grant from the Council to fund work to bring the church back into a useable state for people, including replacing the floor and glazing.

Matthew Saunders, Director of The Friends of Friendless Churches, said: “We hope that this news brings early Christmas cheer to local residents, who we know have a great affection for St Denis’.”

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