Cancelled due to latest government advice on Covid19
St. Mary’s Church is opening its doors for Heritage Open Days. This is the first time the church has been open to the general public, other than for worship, since Covid19 struck, and offers a rare glimpse of recent conservation works to the buildings medieval wallpaintings and decorative features.
Entry will be on a free pre-booked timed ticket between 10am and 4pm on the following days suring September 2020:
To meet current government requirements visitors will be welcomed in small groups of 6 persons for each half hour session. For more information go to the St. Mary’s Church website.
Paul Gardner, Chair of St. Mary’s Conservation Project Board, says:
We are delighted to be opening the church to visitors on Heritage Open Days and are grateful to our wonderful volunteers for making the church safe and welcoming. Numbers for the event are limited so do get your tickets early to make sure of a place
This event is being run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of Heritage Open Days 2020. Social distancing and the wearing of face masks is required at all times, with hand sanitisers in place at entry and exit.