Crich, St Mary

Crich, St Mary

St Mary's is a Grade I listed building dating from 1135AD.  Interesting historical features include its Norman font, ancient sundial, tomb of William of Wakebridge (14th century), a clay on canvas memorial, stone lectern, piscine and stoop, squint and triple sedelai and stained glass windows.

The church is open every day for people to look around or have a quiet prayer (there is a prayer corner in the side chapel). 

Please note that although the church does not have a car park, a small space for cars is available in front of the church.  The church is wheelchair accessible.


Facilities

Church always open
Toilets
Place for quiet reflection

Features

Stained Glass
Architectural Features
Historical Significance

Cromford Road
Crich
Derbyshire
DE4 5DJ

Revd Philip Brooks
01773 852449

Open times:

Open daily 10.00am- 4.00pm

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