Saturday, September 15
12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Organised by: Bradwell Church
Church open with guided tours and teas available. There will be several tours depending on the demand.
The church of St Lawrence in Bradwell Village dates back 800 years and since then the building has undergone many changes up to the present time. The addition of an annexe provided the facilities and the space needed when Bradwell Village began to grow as part of the developing Milton Keynes in the 1980s and 90s. The church boasts some of the oldest bells in the country dating back to 1310.
The church interior has been changed many times in its long history, most notably during the mid-19th century.
St Lawrence is now a Grade II* listed building, known for its distinctive ‘saddle back’ roof and the mid-19th century external gates to the churchyard. The gates, which were completely restored and renovated in 2007, have been grade II listed; they represent perhaps the finest surviving examples of the work of Roberts of Deanshanger, renowned agricultural engineers of the period.
Street parking, accessible toilet, baby changing.
Location: At the church gates at 12 noon or just come in.
Contact: tel 07593 511182 or email email@example.com