Bardney Church - St Lawrence

Edward Woore Stained Glass Window in St Lawrence's Church, Bardney
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This church was built by the monks of Bardney Abbey in 1434 because the villagers created a nuisance during the worship in the monastery. Come and see the wall paintings and beautiful glass windows in the chancel. Also the charity boards over the North and South doors which commemorate bequests to the village. The display of Abbey stones is also of great interest. Various stalls and refreshments served all day.

Bardney - St Lawrence (image by Brian, source)
“Bardney at the end of WWI” will be our theme this year. We will also have a new altar frontal on display. There will be local craft displays and a plant stall. Refreshments will be served all weekend. Friday 11th, at 7pm, come along and join in our sing-song with organ music and a short play. Free admission with a charge for refreshments. The local History Group is also planning to hold an exhibition in the village entitled “Bardney at the end of the War".

Postcode: LN3 5TZ, click here to find on Google Maps

Open: 12-13th May, Saturday 10am-4pm • Sunday 11.30am-4pm

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