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St Botolph, Hadstock

St Botolph, Hadstock, Cambridgeshire CB21 4PH View on map

Late Anglo Saxon cruciform church, said to have been built by Canute after the battle of Assandum in 1016 on remains of earlier church possibly belonging to the monastery founded by Abbot Botolph in the year 654. 15th century tower and Victorian chancel by William Butterfield. Graded I listed for its architectural and historical value.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Every Tuesday from 1 April to 31 October 10am - 4pm. Church may be closed during September as urgent repairs are scheduled. Please contact church direct for details.

Directions

On B1052 between Linton and Saffron Walden. Church path leads up from the village green. Rail: Audley End (8 miles).

Parking Spaces

0

Parking for coaches by village green.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes