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Spratton, St Andrew

12th Century Village Church

The 12th century church in the beautiful village of Spratton is so special because it represents transitional architecture between Romanesque and Norman styles. 

There is a fine effigy of Sir John Swinford, and links to George Washington in the church. In its care for the church, the PCC is supported by the Friends of St Andrews, whose links reach out into the whole local community. The ring of 6 bells is rung on special occasions, and a team of ringers practise regularly.

Spratton Local History Society also have a very user friendly award winning web-based archive, which can be used to research people, events and monuments and which contains some very interesting information about the church. 

They have also produced an excellent St Andrew’s Church Guide Book which can be obtained via the Society here: https://www.sprattonhistory.org

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Brixworth Rd, Spratton, Northampton, NN6 8HH

Please contact the Rev. Allison Twigg or the group administrator, Katrina Jones.

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