Old Bolingbroke, St Peter & St Paul

Lying directly opposite Bolingbroke Castle, birthplace of Henry IV. What remains is the south aisle and tower of the original, much larger church, partially destroyed in 1643 during the Siege of Bolingbroke Castle. 14th C font, medieval graffiti, relics of original paintwork, working belltower, beautiful churchyard, exhibitions about Henry Bolingbroke, the 1643 Civil War and try to spot our piece of original medieval stained glass displaying the Duke of Lancaster Rose. Saturday - mainly unmanned. Sunday - manned with a fabulous “Songs of Praise” service at 4pm – all welcome. Cakes, tea, coffee refreshments throughout the day.

Opening Times 9-10 September
Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 10am-4pm

Postcode: PE23 4HH

Visit this church's website: https://oldbolingbroke.church/

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All photographs and video copyright Steve Lumb

Bell ropes

Medieval graffiti on the font

Tower at Old Bolingbroke.

Stained glass at Old Bolingbroke

The churchyard at Old Bolingbroke