Cream teas 2022

Sunday afternoons starting: Sunday 3rd July, 3pm – 5pm

Langton Community Hall, Stonton Rd, Church Langton,
Market Harborough LE16 7SZ

We invite you to join us for our Sunday afternoon Cream Teas which resume on Sunday afternoons starting in July. We are looking forward to giving you a warm welcome once again to the lovely village of Church Langton and its church of St Peter.

It is a slightly later start to our Cream Tea season than usual, due to commitments of our volunteers with ‘Messiah’ and the recent Open Gardens events, but we are sure it will be worth the wait and look forward to welcoming our regulars and new visitors to enjoy tea and homemade cakes and scones in the Langton Community Hall, where car parking and toilets are available.

St Peter’s church is open to visitors at the same time, please so take a tour of our lovely church and its grounds and then enjoy a tea!

Homemade cakes and scones available for purchase as well as plants and produce, bookmarks and Guide Books of St Peter’s Church.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Here comes Summer! 🙂

Cream teas at Community Hall

Car parking, toilets and full facilities are available at the Community Hall

COVID-19 Guidance – Restrictions are currently lifted, no masks required, but we ask that you do not attend if showing any symptoms of the illness.

Masonry fall: update

Dear All, 

A quick update on the masonry fall.

Our contractor visited the church over the weekend and inspected the stone work on the Tower. He found no evidence of additional loose masonry.

However, as a precaution, the PCC has decided to leave the cordons in place while the cold weather persists, just in case of further ice damage. 

Therefore, please continue to be vigilant in that part of the churchyard and keep outside the cordoned area for the time being.

Thank you, 

Maxine Johnson, Lay Incumbent


Safety Notice! Masonry fall

An important Safety Alert to all taking exercise or visiting the churchyard.

There has been a fall of masonry from the Tower, as you can see from the photos. The area has been taped off until our usual roofing contractors/structural engineers are able to visit and inspect and then assess the situation.

Please take care while visiting and do not cross the tape please.