Minting, St Andrew

Minting appears in the Domesday Book and is the site of a priory linked to the French Abbey of St Benedict on Loire.  The church was rebuilt in 1863 although the chancel is mainly original.  It contains the remains of two naively carved stone slabs found in the church yard and are believed to date to the 13th century.  Minting is a 'thankful village' and we have commemorative plaques remembering all those who safely returned from WWI. St Andrew's continues to be a place of worship with one service per month as well as annual Harvest and Christmas services. Displays of local history and live music played during the festival 

Opening Times 9-10 September

Saturday 10.30am-3pm
Sunday 10.30am-3pm

Post code: LN9 5RS

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Picture Credit Push Creativity