St Giles, Church Lane
St Giles, Church Lane, Marfleet, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire HU9 5RL View on map
Church built in 1884 by J T Webster. The east window, dedicated in 1901, was made by Charles Kempe. The bell was cast by James Harrison in 1793. Memorials include a 1831 marble tablet with urn and crest, another with obelisk and draped urn, and a larger memorial with obelisk, crest, urn and figure dated 1854, all signed by J Earle.
Closed for additional opening sessions until April. Basic opening sessions are first Saturday of each month 10am to 4pm, each Sunday (except 5th Sundays) 12.15pm to 2.15pm. Open half an hour before each Sunday service which begins at 11am. Open for parish prayers first Saturday of June, July, August and September 9am to 10am. Open for St Giles prayers every Thursday 11am to 12 noon May - September. Flower festival on Saturday 8th July 10-4pm, Sunday 9th July 12.30pm to 4pm. There will be baptism and wedding registers on display on the Heritage Open Days weekend 7 - 10 September open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10-4, Sunday 12.30-4. Setting up days before the flower festival, registers weekend, harvest and Christmas. There will be other special events throughout the year. Please contact for details. Open for school visits/services/quiet days etc. Please contact for times. Access at other times by arrangement. Details of key holders displayed on notice board outside church. Additional opening sessions to end at the end of September.
- Open on Heritage Open Day
Take A1033 Hedon Road eastwards. Take first left after roundabout onto Marfleet Lane, then right onto Church Lane. Rail: Hull (3 miles). Bus: routes 24, 76, 77, 79 from Hull City Centre.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes