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St Mark, Main Road

St Mark, Main Road, Friday Bridge, Cambridgeshire PE14 0HJ View on map

Parish church built originally as a daughter church to Elm Church in 1864 by the architect J B Owen, in order to serve an isolated agricultural community in Fenland. It lies on the east side of the main road from Elm to March and was built in the fen itself, as evidenced by the settlement seen in the structure. The contemporary rectory on the north side is now a private residence. The church consists of a wide nave in line with a chancel, and with a western tower offset to the north side. A vestry projects on the north side of the chancel and an organ space to the south, and there is a south porch at the west end of the nave.


  • Grant Recipient: Friday Bridge PCC
  • Contact for access: Mr John Reach
  • 01945 860533

Opening Arrangements

Every Thursday 9am - 3pm or by appointment.


On B1101 between March and Wisbech. Rail: March (7 miles). Bus: Hourly service between March and Wisbech.

Parking Spaces


On grass if weather dry.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes