The Church of St Michael

At the heart of the village is the church of St Michael. The tower was built of limestone in the 14th Century, although the main body was demolished in 1723, before being rebuilt. A local carpenter, Edward Wing was responsible for the rebuilding in the English Baroque style. The north and south elevations mimic the facade of a country house with its central doorway and two storey windows.

A guide to the church is available for download here, or can be purchased in the church.

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ASTWICK VALE SCREEN SHOT For more detailed information please see click on the link below Astwick Vale Benefice website.   
CHURCH SERVICES For service times please click on the link belowhttps://sites.google.com/site/astwickvalebenefice/events-calendar

Rector: Revd Sue Cooper, Tel 01869-810903.
Church Warden: Graham Gibbs Tel 01869-819727


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