Charwelton, Holy Trinity

Charwelton, Holy Trinity

Charwelton

One of the most rewarding of the county’s churches to visit all be it that it is best to arrive accompanied by a passenger otherwise you have to deal with the gated road from the village on your own!. The church stands remote amongst fields, adjacent to a charming early 18th century Manor House. The village itself was moved to it’s present site almost a mile away, with the influx of sheep in the late 15th century. The church dates back to at least the 13th century and has been particularly fortunate in the quality of later alterations. In the 16th century for instance came the construction of a series of fine memorials to the Andrews family including a splendid tomb by Thomas Parker of Burton on Trent. This was followed by a Jacobean pulpit, Queen Anne ...

Contact & Opening Times

Church of the Holy Trinity
Charwelton
Northamptonshire
NN11 3YS
Contact: Rev Sue Faulkner revsuefaulkner@aol.com

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