Lambley Village Centre
This lovely little church was completely rebuilt in the 19th century with stone from an ancient Benedictine nunnery – you can still see the chisel marks made by the medieval masons. The architect, William Searle Hicks built it in 13th century style, with a remarkable stone vaulted roof. The painted reredos behind the altar features four Northern saints – Kentigern, Cuthbert, Aidan and Ninian – as well as Mary and Patrick.
Pevsner described it as a “very attractive little church”
The church is always open, and has tea/coffee making facilities for visitors.
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