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Church Micro 3870...Denford - Weslyan Methodist

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Hidden : 06/25/2013
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Denford is a small village and civil parish situated in East NorthamptonshireEngland. At the time of the 2001 census, the parish population was 250 people.

Nestling in the heart of this most sought after East Northamptonshire village is this delightful former Wesleyan chapel, now a private residence.

Also, Holy Trinity Church, Denford, is one of a cluster of medieval churches built in the north east of Northamptonshire. This beautiful yet  by Supreme Savings" name="_GPLITA_0">simple building belongs generally to the latter part of the 13th century but the lower stages of the tower appear to date from earlier times.

The church is unlocked on Sunday mornings and can be opened on request at other times for those who want to come to pray, enjoy peace and quiet, or just look around. Services are generally held every Sunday at 11.00am and everyone is given a very warm welcome if they decide to join us!

Churchwardens: Sandra Smith on 01832 734459 or Angela Swaysland on 01832 734788


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