Searby cum Owmby • St Nicholas

Searby cum Owmby • St Nicholas
(photo David Hitchborne, Creative Commons Link)
In a quiet rural location, the 1830s St Nicholas is brick built, light and peaceful, with stained glass windows, a beautiful late 1800s hand-carved oak rood screen and oak pews with each end having carved emblems depicting different apostles and tribes of Israel. There is also a balcony. The belfry will be open to view the five static bells rung by one person from a unique bell frame and the recently renovated clock made and installed in the 1860s by Bensons of London. Flower displays, book, jigsaw and produce stalls.

Postcode: DN38 6BQclick here to find on Google Maps

Open: 20-21st 
May, Saturday 10am-5pm • Sunday 10.30am-5pm

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