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Holy Trinity at Staunton-Harold has its original 17th century cushions and hangings, panelling and a painted ceiling. It was built between 1653 and 1665 and is one of the few churches to be erected during the Cromwellian era.


National Trust


Holy Trinity Ashby is a welcoming and vibrant church community. Our hope is that you will feel welcome among us, whether you come to visit, drop in now and again or become a regular.



St Mary & St Hardulph Priory Church is a 12th century church standing prominently on the summit of a 55 metre limestone knoll and can be seen for miles around.

Castle Donington


St. Helen's church can be found where Lower Church Street meets South Street, in a pretty setting with the ruins of the castle in the background.



St. Laurence's is a warm, friendly church set on the High Street in the heart of Measham which lies within the National Forest. The present St Laurence's Church was built in 1340,