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Wednesday 1pm to 3pm. Please contact us to book a tour.

Annesley, Nottinghamshire | NG15 0AJ

The present building is the fourth church to be built in a parish with a varied history.

St Mary

There are no specific times that the church is open but we do try to be available on Tuesdays between 9am and 1pm.

Arnold, Nottinghamshire | NG5 8HJ

A 14th century church, restored in 1868-9 by George Gilbert Scott.

St Nicholas

Always open.

Askham, Nottinghamshire | NG22 0RU

A Grade II listed church described by Pevsner as having the ‘usual west tower with eight pinnacles’.

St Thomas

Please contact us for more information.

Aslockton, Nottinghamshire | NG13 9AL

The church was designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield and built between 1890 and 1892.

St Margaret

More information about this church coming soon.

Aspley, Nottinghamshire | NG8 5GA

The foundation stone of the church was laid in November 1934 and the church consecrated on 15th February 1936.

St Mary

Usually open daily from 9.30am to dusk.

Attenborough, Nottinghamshire | NG9 6AS

This beautiful historic church with 942 years of history, situated on the edge of Attenborough Nature Reserve near Nottingham.

St Michael & All Angels

Please contact us for more information.

Averham, Nottinghamshire | NG23 5RB

The church has Anglo Saxon origins but is mainly 14th and 15th century.

St Peter

Please contact us for more information.

Awsworth, Nottinghamshire | NG16 2QU

The original chapel was built around 1746 by Richard Smedley, a mining magnate from Risley, on land given by the Earl of Stamford.

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The fun stuff

After months of school work on your kitchen table, you deserve a break.
Each week of the summer holidays we will create a new page of fun things to do in a church or churchyard, or from home.

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Childrens trails

We are working with The Arts Society to add their wonderful children's to our church pages. The number will grow over coming months, but here is a page with all the trails online so far.

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