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, late 1800s’ hand carved oak rood screen and oak pews with each end having carved emblems depicting the apostles and tribes of Israel. The belfry will be open to view the static bells rung from an “Ellacombe Apparatus” and the 1860s’ clock made and installed by Benson’s of London. There is a WWI memorial plaque. Organ dating 1895, east window dating from 1990 was reclaimed from a church in Eton.

Postcode: DN38 6BQclick here to find on Google Maps

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

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