St Leonard, Church Street
St Leonard, Church Street, Cleator, Cumbria CA23 3DD View on map
12th century chancel with medieval piscina. The rest of the church was rebuilt in 1841. The octagonal font with hexagonal bowl dates from the 17th century. The stained glass is by Heaton, Butler & Bayne (London) and Abbott & Co. (London and Lancaster). The organ was made in Durham by Harrison and Harrison. Church records date from 1572 and are kept at Whitehaven Archive Office.
All year: Friday 10am - 4pm. April - October, 2nd Wednesday each month 9.30am - 12.15pm. Access by phone call to details displayed on the notice board for any other time.
In centre of village, just off A5086. Rail: Whitehaven or St Bees (5 miles). Bus: route 22, hourly from Whitehaven and Egremont.
Parking close to church
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes