Bucknall, St Margaret

Bucknall, St Margaret (church's own photograph)
The church stands in an attractive churchyard with a Queen Anne rectory as neighbour. The church is partly 13th century, with a chancel restored last century and a tower restored in our time. In the low sturdy tower hangs a medieval bell. The base of an ancient cross is by the timber porch which shelters a 13th century doorway. Facing the 700 year old arcading on the south side of the nave is an arcade of the 14th century. The octagonal font was originally square and is a link with Norman times. The altar table, the carved pulpit and a chest with a band of carving are Jacobean.

Opening times:
Sunday 11am–5pm

LN10 5DT

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