Farthingstone, St Mary the Virgin

Farthingstone, St Mary

Farthingstone, St Mary

It will be primarily the late 19th century / 20th century stained glass that will draw you to this small medieval church at the centre of this handsome ironstone village. The church itself was well restored in the mid - 19th century, note the forest of poppy headed pews some decorated with animals playing musical instruments. The stained glass is slightly later and commences with the east window by Swaine and Bourne, 1882 put up by the Grant family. More interesting are the windows commissioned by Phillip Agnew, the owner of Punch Magazine, who lived at Littlecourt House, now sadly demolished, on the outskirts of the village designed for him by Walter Cave in 1905. In the south nave window you will find, unusually for a church, a large allegorical figure of Flora standing amongst the sea of roses. This is to ...

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EVENTS

Celebration of Harvest - 7th October 2018

Vintage Tractors and Vehicles, Light Lunches, refreshments, Teas and Coffees, all at Church Farm ( next to church). A fun packed afternoon with Scarecrow and Corndolly ...

Contact & Opening Times

Farthingstone
St Mary
Farthingstone
Northamptonshire
NN12 8EZ

Opening Times

 

The church is normally open during daylight hours.

 

Contact Details

 

Church wardens:

Linda Mayne – 01327 361430

Betty Ore – 01327 361426

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