Stoke Albany Church


The Parish Church of Stoke Albany is Saint Botolph's*.

Services are also held on a rotating basis with neighbouring Parish Churches:

All Saints, Sutton Bassett*
All Saints, Wilbarston*
Saint Mary Magdalene, Cottingham*
Saint Mary The Virgin, Ashley*
Saint Mary The Virgin, Weston-By-Welland*
Saint Peter's, East Carlton*

Contacts

Priest In Charge

Revd Amanda Oliver
rev.ajoliver@gmail.com

Church Warden

Katherine Malin
01858-535-291 / 07746-839-067
katherinemalin999@gmail.com

Treasurer

Vacant Post
We urgently require a new Treasurer. Please contact the Church Warden for more details if you are interested in volunteering.

History & Architecture

The original Church of St Botolph was established before the Norman Conquest and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The current building on the site dates from the late 13th Century and was restored in the 19th.

The church is built of regular coursed limestone and ironstone with ashlar dressings. Aisled nave, chancel, west tower and south porch. Steeply gabled roof with plain C19th corbelling, ashlar gable parapets and finials. Late C19th and early C20th stained glass to all chancel windows and west tower window. The north and south windows of the chancel may be by Kenpe.

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Stoke Albany Church