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St John the Baptist, North Street

St John the Baptist, North Street, Whitwick, Leicestershire LE67 5HA View on map

Late 13th and 14th century church built in Old English style on the site of a former Saxon church. Restored in 1848. East window to North aisle depicts the Crucifixion and was dedicated to local miners and quarrymen who lost their lives in industry.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Monday - Friday 10am - 12pm, Saturday 8am - 12pm. Sunday 9am - 1pm (services normally commence at 10am). Contact details for 3 key holders posted on church notice board. At other times by prior arrangement with The Vicarage, 37 North Street. Email via website.

Directions

Junction 22 M1, then A511. Church is on the main road through Whitwick (B512) at the end of Church Lane. Rail: Loughborough (7 miles). Bus: Buses from Loughborough and Leicester pass along North Street.

Parking Spaces

0

Available nearby

Disabled Access

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

WC

Yes