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St Michael and All Angels, Main Street

St Michael and All Angels, Main Street, Cosby, Leicestershire LE9 1UW View on map

Grade II* listed church, dating from the eleventh-century, restored 1907 by H. Cayley and in 1909 by J. F. J. Goodacre. Contains thirteenth-century Early English windows in the north nave wall and a fourteenth-century chancel screen. Interior includes many memorials and a large chest made from a single tree trunk which is over 1000 years old.


Opening Arrangements

April - September 9.40am - 3pm. October - March 9.40am - 12.30pm. At other times by arrangement. Phone, S. Lee 014552 83597, L. Stevens 0116 2864838 or M. Freer 0116 2862276. Open for Ride-Stride 9am - 6pm. These times are for Wednesdays only.


In village centre. Off junction 21, M1 from north and junction 20 from south. Rail: Narborough (4 miles). Bus: nos. 84 and 44 (from Leicester).

Parking Spaces


On-street parking only.

Disabled Access

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