Heritage Open Day - Open Church and Talk about the history of St Mary's Church, Hartley Wintney

St Mary's Church, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire
10th September 2023
14:30 to 16:30
free - collection for the CCT
St Mary's Church, Hartley Wintney
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St Mary's Church, Hartley Wintney, is a beautiful medieval church built in 1234. It has box pews and 15th century wall drawings. The Church will be open to explore and hear about it's history.

St Mary's Church was built by Cistercian nuns and is located in what was then the centre of Hartley Wintney. The original structure was modified in the mid 19th century when the Victorians added transepts, a gallery and replaced the tower which houses 3 bells dating from 1612. The Church became redundant in 1975 and is now maintained by the Churches Conservation Trust. It is located in a peaceful graveyard on the outskirts of the village.

Come and explore this beautiful church on the 10th September we will have a talk about the history of the church at 3pm. The talk will last approximately 45 minutes.

St Mary's will also be open on the 17th September when we will have an exhibition of photography and art inspired by our beautiful church which has been produced by the local U3A groups.

Full details available on the Heritage Open Days website

Tina Osgood

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