This Sunday 18th July, 2021 – 2pm
As part of the month long Festival of Archaeology in Leicestershire & Rutland https://leicsfieldworkers.org/festival-of-archaeology/ this second of two guided tours will highlight the tremendous history of the church from an early medieval naked figure, the 16th Century martyr Laurence Saunders, 18th Century eccentric and visionary William Hanbury and organ casing for the first performance in a parish church of Handel’s Messiah, to the beautiful renovations designed by the architect Joseph Goddard.
Adults £4 Cash only on the day please. Children FREE.
Pre booking and details from Roz Folwell 01858 545160 email@example.com
Cream Teas – 3pm – 5pm, at the Community Hall
Cream Teas run every Sunday afternoon now until the end of September at the Community Hall, just past the school on the right – St Peter’s is open to visitors as well, so take a tour and enjoy a tea!
Homemade cakes and scones available for purchase as well as plants and produce – Church open for visitors
Car parking, toilets and handwashing facilities comply fully with current COVID-19 Guidance