St James, Church Street, Barlborough

St James, Church Street, Barlborough, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S43 4EP View on map

Grade II* listed parish church 12th - 14th centuries with porch and south aisle added in 1899. The oldest part consists of an arcade of Norman pillars leading to the north aisle where there an alabaster slab with an effigy of a lady in sunk relief, said to be Lady Furnival who died in 1395. Richard Pype, a Lord Mayor of London is buried under the main altar.


Opening Arrangements

Saturday only; Saturday 4 March - Saturday 27 May 10am - 1pm, Saturday 3 June - Saturday July, 10am - 2pm, Monday 24 July - 1 August Flower Festival, weekdays 10am - 4pm and weekends 10am - 6pm, Saturday 5 August - Saturday 19 September, 10am - 2pm and Saturday 16 September - Saturday 4 November, 10am - 1pm.


M1 junction 30 to Barlborough village. Rail: Chesterfield (8 miles). Bus: Stagecoach nos. 77 and 53.

Parking Spaces


Roadside parking and additional parking at Barlborough Church Institute across the road.

Disabled Access

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